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PAID 

Motto pote" Moll 





ROCHESTER PANORAMA FROM THE AIR-PHOTO BY ROBERT MOORE VOL. XXVn NO. 44, DECEMBER 2, 1981 



Tune 



This is the time when you 
need PEAK PERFORMANCE 

. . . and that's just what the 
SCOPE ANALYZER is de- 
signed to give you. We can 
pinpoint the obscure prob- 
lems that keep you from get- 
ting the most from your car. 



WE HAVE CLEAR, CLEAN WHITE KEROSENE 

5 DAYS A WEEK 7:30 - 5:30. Closed Saturday & Sunday. 



WALTER'S ARCO;^ STATION 



ROUTE 6. PAIRHAVEN 



992-0305 




Set the perfect atmosphere 
' V with lovely arrangements ! 



^ jCouise 

FLOWER SHOP^ 

Tony and Millie Roderick 

993-0157 ?5l-665o 

486 Pleasant St., New Bedford 




Melissa Moore's birthday present from her 
dad. Bob Moore of Mattapoisett, was a bal- 
loon trip over Rochester. Only an occasional 
wisp of chimney smoke gives evidence of 
human activity at a Sunday dawning, but 
the balloon flew low enough for Melissa to 
enjoy the animals o The cows showed some 
concern at the sound of the burner, but 
gentle talk from the balloonist allayed their 
fears c 

Photos are by Bob Moore who enjoyed 
the trip as much as Melissa obviously dido 




WE'RE RIGHT 

ON ALL YOUR JOBS! 

LAWRENCE B. 

MAXFIELD 

REOISTEREO - 437 I 

MASTER PLUMBER 
993-4663 

623 WASHINGTON ST. , FAIRHAVEN 




CALL US FOR ALL YOUR 
INSURANCE NEEDS 



"Honestly, it's the 
Best Policy" 




"The Friendly Insurance Office" 

628 Pleasant St., New Bedford 997-3321 



PRESTO PRESS December 1, 1981 





LOBSTERS - while they re available! 

Treat yourself before cold weather ends the season! 




Enjoy our 






and enjoy 
our prices 

THE BEST ANYWHERE! 

Seafood lovers know that Mike's 
offers the tastiest seafood dishes 
all year 'round. If your favorite is 
available f you'll find it here. 





Baked Stuffed 

SHRIMP 

6.99 

includes your choice of 
soup and salad, potato 
and vegetable 



Baked Stuffed 

HADDOCK 
5.25 

choice of soup or salad, 
potato and cole slaw 



SINGLE 



Boiled Live 

LOBSTER 



$595 



SINGLE 



Baked Stuffed 



LOBSTER 

Twin Boiled Live 

LOBSTERS $1095 

Twin 
Baked Stuffed 

LOBSTERS $19^^ 
Lobster Saute Sg^^ 

Lobster Dinners include Soup or 
Salad, Potato and Vegetable 





Restaurant 



ROUTE 6, EAST FAIRHAVEN . 996-9810 



OPEN 7 DAYS 

Sunday through Thursday 
11:30 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. 

Friday and Saturday 
11:30 A.M. to 11:30 P.M. 
LOUNGE open 'til 2 AM Nightly 



2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 



December 



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JUST ARRIVED FROM MAINE . . . 

Thousands of 




SCOTCH PINE 
WHITE PINE 
BALSAM FIR 



Wreaths 

and other 
Holiday Greenery 

THIS IS THE TIME TO 
SELECT EXACTLY WHAT 
YOU WANT - 
DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED 

Olde Oxf 

Fresh Fruit and Produce 

ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN 997-4340 



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Selectmen's Meetina 

BUS SERVICE DISCUSSED 

Seven residents attended the meeting of 
the Mattapoisett Board of Selectmen last 
Tuesday to discuss the bus service to the 

WIDE Screen 

TELEVISION 
DELICIOUS ! ALL KINDS 

PIZZA 

5 P.M. to 11 P.M. 

EAT HERE 
or 

TAKE OUT 

Fridays only: 

FISH 'N CHIPS 
SCALLOP PLATE 
FRIED OYSTERS 
SHRIMP PLAT E 

WE SERVE COCKTAILS 

SHORT WAVE 
GRILLE, Inc. 

RTE. 105, MARION 

748-2986 

FAMILIES WELCOME 




BACARDI EGGNOG 

1 quart fresh or canned 
eggnog 

12 ounces Bacardi light rum 
(80 proof) 
1 cup heavy cream, 
whipped 
Nutmeg for topping 

Into a punch bowl, pour 
1 quart fresh or canned egg- 
nog. Add rum. Stir. Whip 
1 cup heavy cream. Fold 
gently into Bacardi mixture. 
Chill. Top each serving with 
nutmeg. Serves 12. 



WASHBURN 

EL ECTRICAL CO., >INC 

ELECTRICAL 
CONTRACTING 
3.E. Major Appliance 
5ALE5 8.51RV1CE 

Off Rte.6, Marion 

748-0238 




abookstore 
ibr 
children 



For your holiday shopping - 

open Thurs. & FrI. 'til 8 p.m. 

now through December 18th 
Story -time Saturday 11 a.m. 



34 Barstow Street 
Men. - Sat. 9:30 - 5:00 



Mattapoisett 758-6542 

Visa / Master Charge 



4 PRESTO PRESS December 2,1981 



town which consists of 3 daily trips: at 8:40, 
11:45 and 4:45. The Selectmen called the 
meeting to ask input from townspeople on 
whether or not to continue the subsidy of the 
bus trips which is rising steadily. The 1980 
subsidy was $5,000 and it is expected to go 
steadily higher for the 3 daily trip service » 
All seven in attendance supported the con- 
tinuation of the subsidyo Mso Crapo, one 
of the advocates, presented a petition of 
54 names in support of the subsidyo The 
Selectmen heard the 7 bus riders and Select- 
man John DeCosta said that he would be 
favorable to letting the subsidy continue 
as it iSo Selectman James Huntoon said 
that he would be in favor of doing away 
with basketball and the public beach rath- 
er than the bus » 

The Selectmen suggest that if there are 
other residents who occasionally use the 
bus service they contact the Selectmen's 
Office so that they can obtain an estimate 
of the rider ship. 

COREY APPOINTED ASSTo BLDG, INSPECTOR 
Louis Corey, Jro of 13 Pine Island Road 

//I J/. lA LAND -0- LIGHT 

GIFTS - ANTIQUES 

New Fireside Brooms 1 
from 

Berea College Crafts | 

BREAKFAST - SANDWICHES - ICE CREAM 

Closed Mondays ! 




■ 



C&D TIRE 

& AUTO CENTER 

PINE ST. , ROCHESTER, MASS . 763-2896 



STEWART WARNER 

FRONT END 
ALIGNMENT 




FRONT END ALIGNMENT AND 
TWO TIRES COMPUTER-BALANCED 



SERVICE -TuneUps. 
FULLTIME MECHANIC •Mufflers* 
ONE STOP .Oil & Lube. 
WILL DO IT ALL . Brakes. 

FRONT END ALIGNMENT 




COMPLETE 



TUNE UP 
SPECIAL 

Most 4 CyL $32.95 
Most 6 Cyl. $38.95 
Most 8 Cyl. $42.95 




1 



Includes: SPARK PLUGS, POINTS, 
CONDENSER, SET TIMING, ADJUST 
IDLE, TEST ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS. 
Call for Appointment 



and 
NEW 
TIRES 

BY 

KELLY 

AND 

-^=^-r 'CT SONIC 



THOUSANDS $ 

OF USED TIRES 



10 



95 

and up 



MON. thru FRI. 
8 to 5 

SATURDAY 
8 to 1 



From Marion, leave 195 W at Marion, 
follow 105 N to C&D, Rochester 



CLOSED 
DAY AFTER C&n 
CHRISTMAS 
& DAY AFTER 
NEW YEAR'S 




December 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 5 




que 

lO-i-2.:30, l:30-5':30 

was appointed Assistant Building Inspector 
to fill the vacancy of Scott Armbruster who 
is now the Building Inspector, Corey's 
30 years' experience teaching carpentry in 
the school system, 40 years as a carpenter 
and experience as inspector at Camp Ed- 
wards were factors in his appointment o 
SEWER SURVEY 

Selectmen met with Ron Michalski, Tig he 
& Bond engineer, to discuss the septic 
system study which is the subject of the 
new sewer grant. Michalski asked that a 
date be set in January for the initial meet- 
ing to inform residents on the purpose of 
the septic study c January 18, 1982 was 



Leonard's 

Cutters 



The Family Stylist 



Tinsel and Time are getting close. 

Have you made your appointment yet? 

NEW FALL HOURS: Tues., Wed. & Sat. 9-5: Thurs. G Fri. 9-9 
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT 758-4615 



EVENING HOURS 

Starting Thursday, December 3rd 

every Thursday & Friday 'til 8 P.M. 




THE 



Hay - Loft 

Boys and Girls 
infants thru size 20 



34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett. 758 4247 
9:30 - 5:00 Visa . Master Card 



set for a 7:30 Pomo meeting in the Town Hall 
Conference Room,, Michalski asked that 
a small committee be appointed to work with 
Tighe & Bond on the survey which is designed 
to find the greatest problem areas of the town 
with the purpose of obtaining more grant mon- 
ey for correction of septic problems o The 
present grant is for study only from the En- 
vironmental Protection Agency, 
SUPPORT FINES 

Selectmen received a recommendation from 
Chief of Police James Moran to write in 
support of S-2386 for a parking law amend- 
ment « The Chief pointed out that the bill 
would require fines for first offenders and 
would increase revenue from traffic violations o 
First offenders presently are given a warn- 
ing o 

EMTS NOW AVAILABLE 

Chief Moran advised Selectmen that the 
first EMT meeting had been held with 7 
EMT's present along with himself and Lieu- 
tenant Santos 6 The EMTs present are back 
on the encoder to be used on emergency runs 
when they are available « New rules and regu- 



Pre-School 




^ ..l«bli>K»d 1940 _ 



r. 



State Licensed Rre -School 
Marion, Mattapoisett, 
Rochester, Wareham. 
Hours 9 -12, 12 -5:30 
Doors open at 8:30 
NURSERY SCHOOL 
AND DAY CARE 
Margaret S. DeCosta, 
B.S. Ed., Ed.M., Dir. 
320 Front St. , Marion 
748-0795 748-0195 



6 PRESTO PRESS December 2,1981 




608 pleosQAl sl.(vQullbM9«l 
new bedfordf moss* 027^0 

ei7-ese-2320 

U.S. Silver Coin 

UNDER $10.00 

$5.00 per $1.00 face value 

OVER $10.00 

$5.50 per $1.00 face value 



BUYING LIST 



HALF CENTS: 
LARGE CENTS: 
FLYING EAGLE CENTS: 
INDU^N CENTS: 
TWO CENTS: 
THREE CENT: 
SHIELD NICKEL: 
V NICKEL: 

BUFFALO NICKEL: (full date) 
HALF DIME: 
DIME: (before 1892) 
QUARTER: (before 1892) 
HALF DOLLAR: (before 1892) 
SILVER DOLLAR: (before 1936) 
TRADE DOLLAR: 
$1,00 Gold: 



$2o50 Gold: 
$3o00 Gold: 
$5.00 Gold: 
$10,00 Gold: 
$20.00 Gold: 



(subject to fluctuations 
in gold market) 

(Gold coins prior to 1834) 

(At least Double FHce ) 



$10,00 
3.00 
3,00 
,40 
3,00 
3.00 
4,00 
.15 
.15 
3.00 
2,00 
4,00 
8.00 
8.00 
30,00 
100,00 
100,00 
500,00 
115,00 
200,00 
400,00 



Please note that these are MINIMUM prices for average, 
undamaged coins. 

We are active buyers of all collectible United States and 
foreign coins and stamps, bulk silver coins, pocket watches, 
gold and silver scrap. Ex. $60. per pound for Sterling Silver. 

If you have any questions regarding coins, stamps, pocket 
watches, or precious metals, please feel free to call collect 
during normal business hours. 



996-2320 

Mon. through Sat. 9 to 4 



FREE APPRAISALS 

REFERENCES: 
DUN G BRADSTREET INC. 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEVV BEDFORD 



DOUBLE EAGLE CORP. 

608 Pleasant St. (Vault BIdg), N.B. 



Dprf^mhpr 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 7 



THURSDAY 
SPECIAL 

LOBSTER 
ROLL 

WITH FRENCH FRIES 



& COLE SLAW 



$ 



3 



25 




THURSDAY - FRIDAY 
SATURDAY - SUNDAY 

FRIED 

CLAMS 

NATIVE 

SCALLOPS 



QUAHOG 

CHOWDER 
Homemade 

SOUPS 




FRIDAY 

TRY OUR 
TREMENDOUS 



FISH 
& CHIPS 



11 AM to 8 PM 



OXFORD 
CREAMERY 



RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT. 758-3847. Don and Nancy 



lations were set up along with a new pro- 
cedure on the dispatching of EMT'So Lto 
Santos was placed in charge of all EMT 
records and the training procedures o 

Mattapoisett Tax Bills 

Mattapoisett Real Estate tax bills for 
those whose names begin with A through L 
have been mailed. The first payment is due 
30 days from the postmark. It is hoped that 
bills for those whose names begin with M 
through Z will be mailed by December ISth. 

Mattapoisett Police Dept. 

WEEKLY REPORT ENDING NOVEMBER 28 
Reported Breaks: Brandt Beach, TcV„, etc; 



Bus. 
758-6934 



'QUALITY DOESN'T COST" 



IT PAYS 



Home 
758-6084 



ROOFING 
CONTRACTOR 

Tar/Gravel - Asphalt Shingles 
Slate / Tile 
Copper and Gutter Work 
We specialize in hard to stop leaks 



the toy Imix 

Unusual Toys for Girls and Boys 

New 

Christmas Hours 




10 to 5 
Monday - Saturday 

Open Thursday and 
Friday Nights 
'til 8 

34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett. 758-3323 
Visa . Master Charge 



Vandalism to Property: street lights. West 
Hill; windows. Church Street; Larceny: bike, 
Hollywood S o 

Motor Vehicle Citations: 20 

Ambulance Runs: 4 

Auto Accidents: 6 

Arrests: 2 

Fires and related runs: 5 

Studds in Rochester 

Congressman Gerry E. Studds, D-Mass., 
will be at the Rochester Town Hall on Sun- 
day, December 6th, from 1:30 to 3:00 p. mo 
for residents to meet with him. 

Rochester Children's Party 

This Saturday, December 5th, is the date 
for the annual Rochester Woman' s Club's 
Children's Christmas Party. We invite all 
of Rochester' s pre-schoolers through, and 
including, fourth graders to attend. 

It will be held from 1:00 to 2:00 p. mo and 
feature a presentation of Clement Moore's 
"The Night Before Christmas". Our star 
player couldn't be better! 

Caroling, refreshments, and a chance to 
share your Christmas wishes with Santa 
are also part of the fun planned. The club's 
doors will be open at 12:45 p.m. We en- 




COLD CUTS . CHEESES . CASSEROLES . PARTY 
TRAYS . HOMEMADE ROLLS & PASTRIES . ROAST 
BEEF . BAKED HAM . NEAPOLITAN PEZA . SALADS 
HAAGEN-DAZS ICE CREAM. TORTELLINI 

a a FRENCH MEAT PIE 

inC m^^am^mm WINTER 

HOURS 



QalL 



DELICATESSEN - BAKERY - CATERING 
Rte. 105, Marion. 748-2060 



8 A.M.. 
8 P.M. 



8 PRESTO PRESS December 2, 1981 



By Popular Request, 

LUIGI 

•strolling 

Violinist" 

will entertain you from 
7:00 to 11:00 P.M. 

Every Night 
in December 




Where the World Meets 
at the most Unique Restaurant in the Area 

CORNER ALDEN ROAD & BRIDGE STREET, FAIRHAVEN 993-9913 

DELICIOUS HOMEMADE PASTA MENU 



In Italy people still enjoy the excellent cuisine which the country is famous for. 

We at the Pasta House 
have brought the 
"GARDEN OF EUROPE" 
to you . . . 

Come and have a taste of true Italy with 
a complimentary glass of wine, now 
through Qiristmas. 

Dinners from 
$2.50 to $10.95 

Fresh scrod, veal & steak 
also available 

UNCOOKED 
FRESH PASTA TO GO! 




— SPEaAL — 

$1.50 DISCOUNT 

PER PERSON 
at the Bijou Theatre 
Tues., Wed.,Thar8. 
with Dinner Receipt 

the same evening. 



HAPPY HOUR 
4-6:30 
W/Nibblers 

Dining 

4 PM-10 PM 
Sundays 

Noon-10 PM 

CLOSED MONDAYS 



December 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 





OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11:30 aom.- 11:30 Pcm„ 
27 County Road, Mattapoisett, Mass. 

758-2277 




AN EXTRAORDINARY PIZZA 
AT AN ORDINARY PRICE! 

WE USE ONLY THE FRESHEST INGREDIENTS 
IN OUR HOME MADE FOOD 

EVERY VARIETY OF 

PIZZA AND GRINDER 

TRY OUR DELICIOUS SPAGHETTI 
AND GREEK SALAD TOO ! 



courage adults to accompany their children 
and join in the funo 

Sippican Seniors 

The Sippican Seniors are planning a Christ- 
mas party to be held at the Dolphin Restaur- 
ant in Buzzards Bay on Dec. 10th at 12:30 
p.m. Everyone is to take a Christmas gift 



PEIRCE & HAWORTH 
ELECTRIC, INC. 



ELECTRICAL APPLU^NCES REPAIRED 

RESIDENTIAL . COMMERCIAL 

INDUSTRIAL WIRING 
COUNTY ROAD AT MAIN S T . , M A T T A PO IS ET T 



758-3384 



AMTRAK WEEKEND SKI TRAIN 
LEAVE BOSTON FRIDAY, RETURN 
SUNDAY. 2 NIGHTS ACCOMMODA- 
TION BERKSfflRE HILTON - 
BREAKFAST. SKI LIFT TICKETS. 
$110.00 Per Person Double Occupancy 

748-2760. Pl^TTiouth Savings Bank Building 
340 FRONT STREET, MARION. 
Open Men. -Fri. & Saturday morning 
AIR . RAIL . STEA^^SHIP 




OUR SERVICE IS FREE, OUR KNOWLEDGE IS PRICELESS 
All Your Travel Requirements 
Virginia C. Cain . Pat Petit- Jean Briggs 




for a man or for a woman and so labeled. 
There will be entertainment o Reservations 
may be made by calling Herb Jensen at 758- 
2501 or Marion Severance at 748-0891 by 
December 4th o 

There is room on the bus going to the 
Braintree Mall on December 4th o Call the 
above telephone numbers for information o 

Dates to remember: 
December 3- Blood Pressure Clinic 
Wednesdays - Bowling in Mattapoisett 
Drop-In-Center - Tuesday through Friday at 
11 to 3o Exceptions - holidays and the day 
before and the day aftero 

Rochester Seniors . 

The next meeting of the Senior Citizens' 
Club of Rochester will be Tuesday, De- 
cember 8th/ at 1 Pern o at St o Rose of Lima 
Church Hall. Election of officers for 1982 
will be held at this meeting » 

Reservations for the Christmas Party at 
the Windjammer Restaurant on December 16 
will be open until the meeting day; call 
Mr-o George Sousa, 763-2241 , for reser- 
vations. Club dues for 1982 are now being 
accepted. Games will be played after the 
meeting . 

Door Decorating Contest 

It is time for the annual Christmas Door 
Decorating contest sponsored by the Matta- 




Charles R. Davis Co. 

Painting & Papering 



CONTRACTOR 

748-1118 



10 PRESTO PRESS December 2, 1981 



THE ULTIMATE 

in Gas fired Hot Water Heat 

HYDRO-PULSE 



Of) 



TM 



A SOLID investment 

WITH A 

PROVEN PRODUCT 

The great, new 

Hydro-Pulse " 
gas boiler can 

i REDUCE 
Energy Costs 

30% or more. 



This revolutionary new heating 
unit, made by Hydrotherm, Inc., 
uses no burner, no pilot light, 
needs no flue, no chimney. It op- 
erates on the pulse combustion 
principle, which uses natural gas 
much more efficiently than con- 
ventional boilers. This means 
heating bills can be reduced 30% 
or more. If you're in a depression 
over high home heating costs, call 
us to learn more about Hydro-Pulse. 



And for DOMESTIC 
HOT WATER needs ... 

the best combination the Heating 
Industry can provide is a 




BOILER 
MATE 



teamed with your 

Hydro-Pulse 

or simply install a Boiler Mate with 
your existing boiler to replace that 
inadequate tankless coilo 

Remember to ask for , 

BOILER MATE 



* Works v\7ith any boiler to heat and store 
domestic v\7ater more efficiently 

* High performance heat exchanger » » re- 
covery up to 280 gallons per hour (depend- 
ing upon boiler output) 

* 3/4" high density urethane insulation 
assures heat loss of less than 2%hour 

* Long lasting, leak free, seperate poly- 
ethylene inner tank ., 100% corrosion free 

* Full 41 gallon reserve 

* Unique cold water inlet/diffuser . o pro- 
vides efficient stratification 

* Adjustable vy^ide differential thermostat 

* Manual summer/winter switch o. complete- 
ly packaged with circulator and all controls 



CALL '^°^^^<,T^RO. RUsmosKij* Deep-drawn outer steel tank 
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. LITERATURE MAY BE OBTAINED AT 3 LOCATIONS: 

Mattapoisett Diner Sipplcan Coffee Shop Prada's Restaurant 

Mattapoisett Marion Wareham 



December 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 11 



Glaser by Name,Glazier by Trade! 

THAT'S BEEN OUR TRADEMARK SINCE 1921 

AUTO GLASS SPECIALISTS 

We have the most complete stock within 50 miles for all cars and trucks. 

WINDSHIELDS INSTALLED WHILE-U-WAITi 
IN NEW BEDFORD & FALL RIVER 

INSURANCE CLAIMS HANDLED! 

Complete Glass Replacement Service! 

CUSTOM MIRROR INSTALLATIONS 
GLASS TABLE TOPS CUSTOM MADE FOR YOUl 
ALL SHAPES, THICKNESSES, SIZES, BEVELS 
PICTURE WINDOWS • INSULATED GLASS • SPEEDY SERVICE! 

RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL* INDUSTRIAL 'MARINE 
We continue to lupply your needs wItt) ttie latest products and servics by representing 
leading glass manufa^urers as ttieir distributor tor ttils area 

LOF, PPG & FORD 

Complete with ttie latest fabrication equipment and a desire to please 
Alvin Glaser, Manager 

UPHOLSTERY . . LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE SHOP IN 
SOUTHEASTERN MASS. AU types of repairs, replacements 
and new work on autos, trucks, boats, RVs. Using all the 
latest materials. 

AUTOMOTIVE BURGLAR ALARMS . SEAT COVERS & TOPS 
SUNROOFS (Installed) SLIDING WINDOWS (In back of Pickips 



Morris Glaser Glass Co. 




NEW BEDFORD 

IMS rUICHASI STHfT 

(Offtti 19SnEiltNo IS. OcwmownltowlKlfiirdI 

999-6497 
676-0444 

AND NOW IN FAU RIVER, 
233 PRESIDCNT AVCNUE 

( AcrMifrom Mllltr Pontile) 



676-1464 




poisett Lions Clubo As in the past, plaques 
will be awarded to 1st and 2nd place winners 
in each of two categories: natural and arti- 
ficialo Everyone qualifies, and participation 
can be a rewarding family experience - from 
gathering the materials, competing, and 
perhaps receiving an award o 

To enter, all we need is your name, ad- 
dress and category o Please call Wayne 
Walega, 758-3867, or Randy Smith, 758- 



MORE pep. . . 
on LESS gas!! 





DO IT RIGHT - SCIENTIFICALLY! 
We have the ALLEN ENGINE ANALYZER. 



MURRAY F.DECOFFE 

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE, INC. 

24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE 
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT TEL. 758-2153 



3875, and let the festivities begin, 
deadline is December 20tho 



Entry 



The Law, Censorship? 

Editorial, D.C.J. 

Rep. David Nelson of New Bedford was taken 
to task in a recent editorial in the Standard- 
Times for "censorship" because he opposed 
publicly and also in the Massachusetts 
General Court the appearance of self-styled 
drug guru Timothy Leary at Southeastern 
Massachusetts University. In this appear- 
ance on the podium of the university, Leary 
reportedly advocated the use of mind altering 
drugs and predicted a youth revolution o It 
was the contention of the Standard -Times 
editorial that a university is the forum for 
the free exchange of ideas and therefore 
Repo Nelson is acting as a censor of ideas. 

I cannot see it that way. If censorship is 
the issue, then the censor is United States 
law which prohibits the possession and 
abuse of controlled substances used by 
mind altering gurus such as Leary., Even 
in a permissive society such as ours, 
there is a discrimination imposed upon 
the populace by the law. To ask that the 
general public obey the law which pro- 



FRAME SALE 

SATURDAY, DEC. 5, 10 to 4 

20% OFF 

ALREAOY low PRICES 

CENTER ART SHOP 

34 MIDDLE ST. , FAIRHAVEN, Next to Alma's Yarn Shop 



George D. Heath, Jr. 

PLUMBING & HEATING 



30 YEARS 
EXPERIENCE 



Licensed Registration #6517 
27 North Street, Mattapoisett 

758-2455 



LICENSED 
MEN 



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#1121 



'78 ^^'^^L^^ 
CORDOBA 



AIR, STEREO, POWER SEAT, POWER 
WINDOW, POWER DOOR LOCKS, REAR 
DE-ICER, TILT COLUMN. CRUISE 
CONTROL, ALUMINUM 
WHEELS , LOW MILES 



S4495 




SPECIALIZING IN PREVIOUSLY OWNED CHRYSLERS & CHRYSLER PRODUCTS 

INSURANCE 
WORK 

ESTIMATES 



# 1144 



it 1120 



'81 PLYMOUTH 

mm • 4 -Door 

Horizon Lown^iles 

Power Steering & /" ^ O 

Automatic, 2, 2 engine 4^V_/ I Z/ J 

'76 DODGE CHARGER 



#1167 '"75 
Audi Fox 

^?SS $2495 



Weekdays 
8 A.M.- 9 P.M, 
Sat . open ' til 5 




VAUGHAN HILL MOTORS INC 

VAUGHAN HILL RD. & RT.. 105, ROCHESTER 763-4324 

ALL CARS ARE GUARANTEED -WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 



hibits drug abuse and at the same time 
finance the podium from which Leary ad- 
vocates drug abuse is a contradiction that 
people should refuse to tolerate. There 
is no greater threat to our society today 
than the smuggling, sale and abuse of 
drugs. It is responsible for far more de- 
stroyed lives and property than Viet Nam, 
People hooked on drugs have to turn to 
crime to support a habit which cannot be 
financed any other way. 

If Charles Manson were to be invited to 
speak at Southeastern Massachusetts Uni- 
versity on the subject of cult murder, I 
expect that there would be a great wave 
of protesto Yet, Manson is responsible for 
less than half a dozen deaths. Leary, 
on the other hand , by widely advocating 
the abuse of drugs, is responsible for 
broken lives on a grand scale. His special- 
ty is mental suicide, I can't see this as 
an idea that should be wantonly presented to 
students. Neither does the law. As a 
member of the General Court of Massachu- 
setts, David Nelson is sworn to uphold 
the law. As a representative of the people, 
he is sworn to represent their interest. He 



and all the other members of the General 
Court are responsible to defend and protect 



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FREE FOR ONE MONTH o YOU ONLY 
PAY A SMALL CHARGE FOR INSTAL- 
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RECEPTION, YOU WILL AGREE THAT 
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Cable TV has something for the whole 
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the censorship imposed by United States law. 
This law is not suspended the moment you 
enter the campus of a university o 

David Nelson is worthy of the highest praise, 
He and all of his fellow representatives and 
senators should be buried under an avalanche 
of public demands that a university, support- 
ed by public funds, not be used as a forum 
for an advocate of destructive ideas which 
are contrary to the safety of the public and 
therefore against the lawo 

Blood Pressure Clinic 

The Mattapoisett District Nurses will hold 
their monthly Blood Pressure Clinic on Decem- 
ber 9th at the Legion Halle Those participat- 



DONALD 0. LAKE 

CARPENTER-CONTRACTOR r 

69 Marion Road, Mattapoisett 

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water views. Situated in desirable area 
close to Marion Harbor o Ideal for year- 
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and fully surveyed. $130,000, 
Call owner 617-235-2995 or write 
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ing in the nutrition program will have their 
blood pressure taken from 12:30 to 1:00, 
All others will be taken from 1:00 to 3:00, 
We would also like to remind you that this 
will be the only Blood Pressure Clinic 
held this month. 

Fair and Supper 

The Women of Rochester First Congre- 
gational Church will hold the annual Christ- 
mas Fair and Supper in the Vestry on Satur- 
day, December 5th o Quilts, aprons, knit- 
ted wear, homemade foods and candies , 
Christmas novelties, and tree trimmings 
and White Elephants will be offered, 
A baked ham supper will be served family 
style from 5:30 to 6:30, Tickets will be 
on sale at the door, 

St. Anthony's Christmas Bazaar 

St. Anthony's Women's Guild will hold a 
Christmas Boutique Bazaar on Saturday, De- 
cember 5th, from 9:00 a,m. to 3:00 p.m, in 
the church hall on Bar stow Street, Mattapoi- 
sett, 

A bake shop, candy land, handmade arti- 
cles, Christmas decorations and fresh greens 




Sully's Chimney Sweep 

PROMPT SERVICE 
Chimneys Cleaned & Repaired 
Woodstoves Installed 

Tel. 993-6145 

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JOLLY WHALER 

595 MAIN ST., ACUSHNET — Reserv. 995-0110 



Dunn© 

Giles H. Dunn Real Estate 
55 County Road, Mattapolsett 



DEDICATED TO 
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will be available. There will be a Children's 
Table where young tots can do their shopping 
at affordable prices o At 1:30 Santa will visit. 
All the children in the community are in- 
vited o 

Coffee and donuts will be available in the 
morning and a chicken pie luncheon will be 
served at 11:30 aom, and 1:00 p,m, 

St. Gabriel's Fair Noel 

On Saturday, December 5th, at 11:00 aom, 
the doors will open at the annual Fair Noel 
presented by the Women of Sto Gabriel's 
Episcopal Church in Marion o 

Shoppers may browse through several rooms 
containing baked goods, crafts, homemade 
candy, trinkets and treasures, hand sewn 
items, the Boutique, boxwood and wreaths, 
the children's grab bag, a raffle, and Aunt 
Sarah's shopo A delicious luncheon will be 
provided by the Men of St, Gabriel's, 

Persons contributing baked goods may drop 
them off at the Parish Hall on Friday after- 
noon or Saturday the 5th, the day of the fair, 
between 9:00 and 10:30 a,m, 

Christmas Fair 

GARDEN CLUB 

The Wareham Garden Club will hold its 
annual Christmas Fair at the Captain John 
Kendrick Museum on Main Street, Wareham 



CHIMNEYS FIREPLACES AND 
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15 CAMARDO DRIVE, WAREHAM. 02571 



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11 A.M. to 
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(THICKER CUT ADD 1.00) 

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Baked Apple 

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• 1/2 ROAST 

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EVERYTHING YOU WANT 
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Comforter 



$599. 



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quality, airtight, 
efficient woodburning 
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hold a fire overnight, 
cooks meals, installs 
easily into most any 
fireplace. Attractive! 




Emporium 



at Olde Oxford Farms 



ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN 



997-4340 



on Saturday, December 5, from 10 aomo to 
3 p. mo 

There will be a good selection of homemade 
foods, crafts, white elephants, greens, 
and dried arrangements o Raffle tickets will 
be sold for an afghan, dried wreath and a 
pine cone teddy bear. The drawing will be 
on December 1 at the monthly club meet- 
ing. 

Mattapolsett Woman's Club 

The monthly meeting of the Mattapolsett 
Woman's Club will start at 10:30 aomo on 
December 10 (please note change of date and 
time) Members of the club will have ex- 
amples of their hobbies on display at that 
time. Please notify Gladys Ellis if you plan 
to bring a hobby, crafts, etc., so she can 
plan the right amount of space for your dis- 



Data Procewin^ Servicee 

- Hardware (i Software Selection 

- System Deei^n (i Implementation 

- Contract Programming 



RalpK E. San(ord Jr. 
Tel. 758-6741 



WEEKEND 

Speehl 



Rent a tool Sat. between 
7:30 a.m. & noon; return 
following Men. AM before 
9 and you will be charged 
1 day rental. 



2 DAYS FOR PRICE OF 1 



HEADQUARTERS FOR 

M^tfhl Atfs 
Supplies 

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playo Articles may be dropped off at the 
church at 9:00 aomo on the 10th or you may 
leave them with Gladys or Norma Holt a day 
or two before the meeting » 

A catered luncheon will be served at noon 
and reservations must be made by December 
3rdo Please contact Mrso A, D, Fumans if 
you plan to attend o 

After the luncheon MrSo Bea Johnson will 
program "A Williamsburg Christmas", She 
has many beautiful slides to share with us. 
Baby sitting will be available but please 
bring lunch and a drink for your child o 

Club Institute will be held December 3 . 
The Arts Department is presenting a program 
"Christmas Associations", Please bring a 
soft toy to fill a Christmas stocking. Cars 
will be leaving at 8:00 aom, , so if you are 
interested please call Kay Levine. 

Rochester Woman's Club 

On December 9th the Rochester Woman's 
Club will be holding its annual Christmas 
dinner. This year it will take place at the 
Mattapolsett Inn, For more information 
call Linda at 763-5632, 

Taber Library Film Series 

This Sunday, December 6th, at 1 p.m. 
the film series at the Elizabeth Taber Li- 



Photography by 
Glenn 

FREE LANCE- YOU NAME IT! 
295-8126 



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reH MARKET 



to 



Our. 



FISH MARKET & GALLEY 

20 COUNTY ROAD, RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT 758-2333 

CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY 

Fish Market open 5 Days a Week 9:30 A.M. to 8 P.M. 

rFISH MARKET r-| rGALLEY 



ANNWEBSABV 

$25.00 Gift 
Certificate 

JOYCE LAWRENCE 

283 Hatdfiy Rd. , Rochester 

10 lb. Lobster 

waym; walega 

10 Jane Lane, Mattapoisett 



For the 
HOLIDA YS 

Chowder Base 

(FRESH, NOT FROZ EN) 
OVEN READY 

Baked Stuffed 
Shrimp $ 1 .25 

Clams Casino 
25* 



OVEN READY 



LUNCHES 

SERVED DAILY 

FEATURING 

Bay 
Scallops 

AND FRESH 

Oyster 
Stew 




GIFT CERTIFICATES 

AVAILABLE 



brary, Marion, continues when A Zebra in 
the Kitchen is shown. A boy gets a job in 
the city zoo to be near his pet lion — much 
merriment follows , especially when all the 
animals escape. 

Mattapoisett Library 

Just a reminder! December 2, at 10:30, 
the story hour will be "365 Birthdays"; stor- 
ies about birthdays and a party! 

Library hours are: Monday 2-8; Wednesday 
10-8; Friday 2-8; and Saturday 1-5. 

Sippican Choral Concert 

The Sippican Choral Society announces their 
1981 Christmas concert - Friday, December 
18th, 8:00 p.m. in Wickenden Chapel of 
Tabor Academy , Marion. 

The featured work on the program will be the 
Mozart Vesperae solemnes de confessore 
(Solemn Vespers) . Soloists in the Mozart will 
be Nancy Moore, soprano, and Montgomery 
Throop, tenor, of Mattapoisett, and Joey 
Hetzeck, alto, and Herb Repass, bass, of 
Marion, 

The program will also include other well- 
known, as well as lesser- known, Christ- 



mas choral selections 

Tickets for the concert are available at 
The Whale's Tale Bookstore and Seaport 



Q. New Cabinets? 




A Merillat! 



Once you've looked at a Merillat cabinet there will be no 
question in your mind about which cabinet to install in your 
new kitchen. You'll discover Merillat offers more custom" 
features without a custom price. Included features such as 
■'Wipe-Clean Leisure-Time intenors; slide-out trays: ad- 
justable shelves and a furniture quality finish. 
Plus, convenience accessories you d expect 
to find only in more expensive cabinets. ^ 

Ttiere's a lot more 
betiind ttie Merillat door. 

Fisher & Rocha Inc. 

General Contractors 758-3539 c 758-6738 



December 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 17 



TO WISH YOU, OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS, A 
MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR . . . 

DECEMBER 
SPECIALS 




• Hairstyle $9.^0 

Rego $11.00 

• Stylecuts $6.0° 

Reg. $7o00 

• Regular Cuts (Traditional) $3.00 Reg 



• Perms $25. 

BODY or CURLY 
Reg, $30o00 
includes Cut 



$4 



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2 FREE Hair Styles! 



A $22.00 VALUE ! Register now for 
Prize to be awarded in January. 



Village 
Styling Shop 



We specialize in haircutting for the entire family. 
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN 
Call 758-6423 for your next appointment. Ask for Jim Rogers 
or Joe Tavares for the BEST IN PRECISION HAIRCUTTING. 

42 Main St., Comer Rt.6, Mattapoisett. 758-6423 



Pharmacy in Mattapoisett, the Bookstall and 
Marion Pharmacy in Marion as well as from 
chorus members. 

Plan to continue the tradition of including 
this concert in your holiday schedule c 

From O.R.R. 

ORR SCHOOL STORE 

Come and visit the Old Rochester School 
Store before Christmas. It is run by the 
Class of 1983 c We have items in stock and 
, more on the way. Our new sweatshirt is a 
perfect gift for any athlete. We will soon 
have a fleece-lined jacket for the cold 
winter months. Also arriving will be half- 
t-shirts for the guys and polo shirts for 



KORNER BAKERY 

AND COFFEE SHOP 



42 Main Street 

Monday, 10 to 6 
Closed Tuesdays. 
Wednesday, Thurs- 
day, Friday, Satur- 
day & Sunday, 8 to 5 




Mattapoisett 
Portuguese 
Bread 

_^POPS ROLLS . Unsalted 
_^WHEAT & WHITE Bread 



FISHERMAN'S 

CA TCH 



includes CLAMS, SHRIMP, 
SCALLOPS, FISH, FRENCH 
FRIES, COLE SLAW, and 
TARTAR SAUCE 



$^95 



ELLIE'S SEAFOOD 
RESTAURANT 

42 MAIN ST. , CORNER OF RT. 6 & MAIN ST. , 
MATTAPOISETT (At the Lights) 

Eat-In or Take Out 758-9666 

Wed.&Thurs. 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. ; Fri. 11:30 to 8 P.M. 



the girls o If you are uncertain of what your 
students would like, you can buy them a 
gift certificate. We'll look forward to see- 
ing you. The store hours are 11:30 to 12:30 
or by stopping by the school office at your 
convenience. 

ORR Arts -Crafts Fair 

The Old Rochester Regional High School 
Art Department is sponsoring a Crafts Sale 
on December 10th from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 
p.m. It will be held in the main lobby of 
the school. On sale will be slate paintings, 
ceramics, Christmas ornaments, straw 
wreaths, etc. 

The proceeds will help defray the expenses 
of an Art Department trip to New York City. 
Refreshments will also be served. 

Marion Art Center 

Albert Bigelow, Sarah Brown and Andrew 
Hepburn are among the notable artists who 



18 PRESTO PRESS December 2, 1981 



Treasure Chest 

42 MAIN STREET, MATTAPOISETT 
Next to Korner Bakery 
and Village Styling Shop 

Handmade Items 
for the Entire Family 

HANDMADE CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS 
CROCHETED CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS 
HATS AND MITTENS. BERMUDA BAG COVERS 
Thursday & Friday 10 to 2, Saturday 10 to 4 




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December 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 19 



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Beauty Salon 



479 Snipatuit Rd., Rochester 

"Mary" Scichilone Leonard , Prop. 

Holidays 
are Coming ! 

SPECIAL 

ON PERMS 

ALL REDKEN PERMS $QO00 
: MAKE YOUR HOLE) AY APPOINTMENT SOON^>^ 

SCULPTURED NAILS 

HAIR STYLES FOR 

Men, Women and Children 

Monday 8 to 4,* Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 8:30 to 6, 
Saturday 5:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Evenings by Appt. 




Happy Holiday 



will be exhibiting during the Marion Art 
Center Members' Show« 

All art will be priced under $100. for this 
pre-Christmas sale. 

The gallery will be open to the public for 
these unusual values from Saturday, De- 
cember 5th, to Saturday, December 19th. 

The opening for members and their guests 
will be Friday, December 4th, from 6 to 8 
Pome 

Gallery hours are Wednesday through 
Saturday, 1 to 4 pom. ■ 

Bowling League 

I^'ATTAPOISETT MONDAY NIGHT 
BOWLING LEAGUE - Results of matches at 
Bowlmor Alleys on November 23rd: 

Hawks 2, Eagles 1; Ospreys 2, Falcons 1; 
Owls 2, Vultures Ic 



VANGEL & SON INC, 

Heating & Air Conditioning 

• SALES • SERVICE - 24 HOUR • INSTALLATION 

• HEATING • AIR CONDITIONING • REFRIGERATION 

• TIME CLOCK THERMOSTATS • VENT DAMPERS 
. HU MIDIFICATION . ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANIN G 

FULLY LICENSED ... and MASS SAVE APPROVED. 
CALL MATT 993-4534 or 758-2101 NIGHT OR DAY 




QLntiques 

AND 

Interiors 



Fine Mahogany Furniture 
and Accessories 
at Modest FHces. 

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

992-1389 

115 Ckeen Street, 
Fairhaven Center 



High individual games: Peter Perkins, 
176, 395; Charley Hiller, 138, 406; Steve 
Roedl, 150, 390c 

High Team Single: Vultures 596 (Ed Dex- 
ter, Src, Al Plant, Bud Ellis, Frank Kuthan, 
Peter Perkins) o 

High Team Triple: Owls 1694 (Jim Gard- 
ner, Bob Dexter, Ben Bowcock, Charley 
Hiller, Roland Poitras)o 

Village Caroling 

On the fourth week till Christmas 
7 o'clock's the special time 
On December twenty- second. 
We'll be singing mighty fineo 

On the 3rd week till Christmas 
We'll be strolling down the street » 
As we sing our Christmas Carols, 
All our friends we hope to meet. 
We do hope we'll see all of our communi- 
ty friends and their families December 22nd 
at the Mattapoisett Woman's Club spon- 
sored carol singo We'll be starting at 7:00 
Pomo at Shipyard Park and from there stroll 
through the village, singing as we gOo All 
the carolers will end up at the Congregation- 
al Church hall for final carols and warming 
drinkSo Please plan to join us , Mark it 
on your calendar today! 



MARK MAXWELL 

CARPENTER 
and General Repairs 

ROOFING SUNDECKS 
PAINTING . ADDITIONS 

Call for Estimate 758-6955 



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Continuing Studies 

LECTURE ON JEWS 
UNDER THE NAZIS 

"Jewish Images in 
Nazi Mass Media" 
will be the subject of 
a talk by Professor 
Richard So Geehr at 
Southeastern Massa- 
chusetts University on 
December 7, 

Geehr, who teaches 
history at Bentley Col- 
lege, will speak at 7:30 
Porno in the Recital 
Hall of the Group VI 
(College of Visual and 
Performing Arts) Build- 
ing. 

The lecture will take 
a look at Nazi-influ- 
enced media percep- 
tions of the Jew between 
the years 1920 and 
1944 o Slides and ex- 
cerpts from films of 
the era will be shown » 

The lecture is a pre- 
sentation of the SMU 
Center for Jewish Cul- 
ture which operates un- 
der the auspices of the 
University's Division 
of Continuing Studies. 

Tickets will be avail- 
able at the door, 
"Friends-of-Judiaca" 
members of the center 
and SMU students will 
be admitted freeo For 
further information 
call Kevin Garganta , 
center coordinator, at 
999-8778 or 678-7521, 
extension 8778 o 



MATTAPOISETT 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 
HOURS: Monday 2-8; 
Wednesday 10-8; 
Friday 2-8; Saturday 
l-5o 




a gala when you - 

l|TH BALLOONS" 

Balloon Bouquets 

all ages and occasions 

Formal Dress Delivery 

We decorate for 
private parties 
business promotions 

he Shed Shoppe 

o 105, Rochester Center 



1^63-5677 

Days and 
Evenings 



748-1437 

Evenings 
only 



efreshments will be 

'erence librarian in the 
Genealogical Room of 
gress and Recommending 
ary's collections of 
e history, 

s being held by the North- 
y Press, the Sippican His- 
he Marion Library Associ- 
kstall o 

ns are by the late Walter 

ance 

Gushing Post 2425, VFW 
Supper and Dance at the 
te 6, Marion on Saturday, 
rting at 7 p.m. Music 
by Dick Aranjo and the 
bkets call 748-0791. 

ing 

[mas Party for Seniors is to 
lay, December 6th, at 11:30 
hich are free, are avail- 
:il on Aging Office, Matta- 
1. Transportation will be 



NHARES 

Inc. 

SEPTIC SYSTEMS INSTALLED 

BACKHOE SERVICE 
GRAVEL . CRUSHED STONE 
FILL AND LOAM. WOOD CHIPS 
EXCAVATING 




SMITHS 



C l KAMNG SERVICES^ 

FREE ESTIMATF 



PROFESSIOSAL EQUIPMEST 
CHIMNEY SWEEPING 
CARPET CLEANING 

1 CHIMNEY 

$35.00 

2 CHIMNEYS 

$50.00 




51 Dolphin St 
New Bedford Ma 

992-2987 



Hanging of The Greens 

The Marion United Methodist Church is 
pleased once again to present its Hanging 
of the Greens and Christmas service on Fri- 
day, December 11th, at 6:30 Pom, 

Refreshments will be served in the Parish 
Hall following the service » Everyone is wel- 
come » Come and enjoy an evening of Chris- 
tian fellows hip o 

Party for Handicapped 

A Christmas Party for the handicapped and 
disabled will be held on Sunday afternoon, 
December 6th, from 2 to 5 at the Knights of 
Columbus Hall on Route 6 in Mattapoisett » 
This annual affair, sponsored by the Tri- 
Town Lioness Club, is under the direction of 
Mrso Phyllis Dupont and will offer refresh- 
ments, gifts, a band, singing and dancing, 
cartoons and Santa ! The party is open to 
all disabled and handicapped children and 
adults in the area — just phone Mrs, Dupont 
at 758-2561 to let her known who will be 
attending o 

Tri-Town Lioness Club 

The Tri-Town Lioness' regular meeting and 
Christmas Party will be held on December 
7 and will include District Governor Joe 



SCOTT ARMBRUSTER 

BUILDING CONTRACTOR 

ACUSHNET ROAD 
MATTAPOISETT 

758-2891 
Remodeling 




Repairs 



Banish embarrassing hair from chin, upper lip or 
eyebrows permanently - Look and feel more beautiful. 
Call for Free Consultation. Day and Evening Appointments. 

Mary D. Russes R.E. J'SS '4564^ 



DeRoche's visitation as well as a boy-girl 
gift grab bag exchange ($5.00 limit). Hus- 
bands and boy friends are invited o Lioness 
Terry Duguay will be in touch with you for 




December 2. 1981 PRESTO PRESS 23 




Merry Ideas! 

Shop at a leisurely pace - 

Hallmark Cards 

WRAPPINGS AND BOWS 

Christmas 
Decorations 

Russell Stover Candy 

Stuffed Animals 

Cosmetics 

And a Wide Selection of 

Jewelry Gifts 





lJUJ 

PHARMACY 



RTE. 6 & CHURCH ST., MATTAPOISETT 
\ 758-3311. FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY ^ 
David P. Poulin, R. Ph. Lorie Donaldson, R. Ph 
John S. Polchlopek, R. Hi. 





your dinner choices o Joanne Hogan^ party 
chairman, may be reached at 758-6580 if you 
have any questions o 

The next Board of Directors' meeting will 
be held on Wednesday , December 2nd, at 
the home of Chris Wolfe o 

Chamber of Commerce 

The Marion-Mattapoisett-Rochester Council 
of the New Bedford area Chamber of Com- 
merce will meet Thursday, December 10, at 
8:00 a, mo at the Old Rochester Regional High 
School, Mattapoisetto The purpose of the 
meeting is to discuss industrial land use 
development with the Selectmen of the three 
communities o 





Elwood S. McKenney 


Attorney at Law 




New Bedford Office 


Boston Office 


972 Kempton Street 


B Whittier Place 


New Bedford, Mass 02740 


Charles River Park 


(617) 990-1214 


Boston, Mass 021 14 




(617) 227-8900 



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CaCli(jrapntj~' 

fiand (c ttcr i n(] of ccrtifica tcs, 
yoms,m(i((iyi(j vows, etcetera. 

Ciocfi ^e pairs ^ 
and restorations, aCCtifpcs, 
house caCts, free estimates. 

4 Cannon Street ^idttapoisctt, n^ass. t)Z73<? 




Coffee and Danish will be served o 
Please call the Chamber office (999-5231) 
to confirm your attendance o 

Marion Christmas Tree Lighting 

Caroling, hot cider, toasted marshmallows 
and the announcing of the winners of the 
Outdoor Ornament Contest will open the Town 
Tree Lighting Ceremony in Marion » Carol- 
ing will begin at 5:30 Pomo on Friday, De- 
cember 11th, in the park across the street 
from the Marion Art Center and will continue 
until the tree is lit and the bells toll at 
6:00 Pom„ 

Contestants in the Outdoor Ornament Con- 
test may begin bringing their ornaments to 
the Marion Art Center on Wednesday, De- 
cember 2nd, to be placed on display o Art 
Center hours are Wednesday through Saturday 
from 1:00 to 4:00 Pomo Phone 748-1266 for 
additional information » 

Square Dance 

The Midd-Town Twirlers' Square Dance 
Club will be holding its Christmas Party 
Dance on Saturday, December 5th, at 8:00 
p.mo at Our Lady of Angels Hall on Jesse 
Street in North Fairhaveno Walt Minnick 
will be calling o 



Mason Contractor 

CONCRETE & CINDER BLOCK WORK 
BRICK & CEMENT . STONE ^ 
Fireplaces . . Chimneys Zy? 
Walks . . Steps . . Store Fronts 

FRED RODERICK 



130 North St. . Mattapoisett 
OVER 30 YEARS 
OF EXPERIENCE 



758-2884 




^y^^£^/ We'll keep you going. 

Diagnostic Scope 

* TUNE UPS 

Exhaust Analysis 






FOR COLD WEATHER STARTS 
FOR SMOOTHER RIDES 
FOR EFFICIENT PERFORMANCE 
. . . AND YOU'LL SAVE GAS! 



VILLAGE M©bir 

SERVICE STATION 



FRIENDLY AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE 

• RT 6. MATTAPOISETT 

PAUL C. BlIRINGl 



758-6772 



REPAIRS 

for your 

Starting 

and 
Charging 
System 

Batteries 
Oil Change 
Lubrication 

Brakes 

Tires 

Shocks 



make pine cone trees, Santas, wreaths, 
and glittering cone spiders to decorate their 
own Christmas tree at home. Registration 
is required for this program , and due to the 
popularity of our Christmas Craft program, 
two sessions will be held. The first ses- 
sion will be held at 2:00 p.m. and the sec- 
ond session will be held at 3:00 p.m. There 
is a small admission for non-members. 
Please call ahead; telephone 993-3361, 
WRITERS' WORKSHOP 

The third meeting of the Children's Museum 
Writers' Workshop will be held Wednesday, 
December 2nd, at 7:00 p.m. in the barn at 
the Museum on 100 Old Westport Road. 
BIRD SEED SALE 

Bird feeding season is in full swing. The 
Children's Museum is having its second 



Bird Seed Sale on Saturday, December 5th, 
Sunflower seed, black sunflower, mixed 
wild bird, sunflower he&rts, cracked corn 
and thistle seed are available. There is 
still time to place an order by calling the 
Museum at 993-3361 or stopping by to fill 
out an order blank. Pick-up day for the sale 
is December 5th between 9 and 4 in the 
back parking lot of the Museum, Proceeds 
from our Winter Bird Seed sales help the 
Museum to offer educational programs. 




We are now featuring a • 
beautiful new line of 
Invitations and announcements 

758-6962 FORMALS 

NORTH AMERICAN BUSINESS FORMS, INC. 
11 INDUSTRIAL DRIVE ^ MATTAPOISETT 



'Butch' 



TRIPP'S 

& HEATING 




PV 



Residential and Commercial 
SOLAR WELLS 

3 Mattapoisett Neck Road 
Reg. #9448 758-4415 



December 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 31 



Caps, Hats, Jackels, Shirts, T -Shirts, 
Uorm Robes, Patches, Mugs, 
Ties, Bags, more, more! 

Put them 

FIRST 

on your list 
or put them 

LAST 

on your 
list 



but 
Whatever 
you do, 
buy them 

PERSONALIZED 

at 

ELAINE'S T-Shirts 

338 & 342 ACUSHNET AVENUE 

In the Historic District of New Bedford 
999-2166 — 992-4588 





Area Students 

LOCAL COLLEGE STUDENTS REGISTER 

AT WENTWORTH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

Four local residents are enrolled at 
Wentworth Institute of Technology in Bos- 
ton for the 1981-1982 academic year, Dro 
Edward To Kirkpa trick, Wentworth presi- 
dent, announced o 

They are: Michael W, Bailey, Grand- 
view Avenue; Douglas He Cameron, Hiller 
Cove; Joanne M. Faria, 5 Knollwood Drive; 
and Charles Surprenant, 36 Main Street, 
all of Mattapoisetto 

About 3,000 full-time day students re- 




Debbie's Hair Design 

42 MAIN ST. , MATTAPOISETT 

Complete Styling Salon 
for Men, Women and Children 

758-9400 



gistered for the industrial and engineering 
technology programs at V/entworth, The 
freshman enrollment was one of the highest 
in the college's history o Wentworth en- 
ables a student to start on the path of high- 
er education at a point keyed to one's 
scholastic preparation and achievements, 
and gears the individual to attain the limits 
of one's potential o 

An Associate in Engineering degree is 
granted to students completing the two-year 
engineering technology program and an As- 
sociate in Applied Science degree to stu- 
dents in the two-year industrial technology 
courses o Wentworth also conducts a certifi- 
cate program in industrial technology o Gradu- 
ates of the engineering technology programs 
may advance to the Bachelor of Science in 
Engineering Technology degree program, 
where the courses are conducted on a co- 
operative work-study basis « 

AWARDED VARSITY LETTER 

David L, Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs, Fred- 
erick Lo Roth, 8 Winter Hill Road, Matta- 
poisett, was awarded a varsity letter in cy- 
cling at the annual Fall Sports Awards din- 
ner held recently at Vermont Academy, an in- 
dependent school in Saxtons River, Vermont, 

Best performance in the fall athletic 



HAVE YOU CALLED A TEACHER LATELY??? 

If you have concerns about your child's adjustment 
or progress... do not hesitate to call! 

JUNIOR HIGH J58'^928 SENIOR HIGH 7^837^5 



OLD ROCHESTER REGIONAL TEACHERS' CLUB 



PRESTO PRESS December 2,1981 





MATTAPOISETT 

Deeded Beach Rights 

Contemporary/ open planning, beamed ceilings, 
fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage 
with bachelor apartment over. Large secluded 
lot near village. $112,000, 

Mattapoisett Land 

Waterfront 1.52 Acres- Ready for building $42,500. 
Waterview- 150' from beach (Mattapoisett Shores) $25,000. 
Wooded Lots - 9 to 16 Acres. 



Ssies (^eal Sslale 



758-9444 



Janice I. Estes, Broker 3 Grand View Ave., Mattapoisett 



schedule was turned in by the cycling team 
which had an undefeated season with thir- 
teen wins o 

GRADUATED FROM COURSES AT FTo BLISS 

Second Lieutenant Heather Jo Shepley, 
daughter of James and Anne Shepley of 16 
Winnatuxett Beach Road, Mattapoisett, 
graduated from Air Defense Artillery Basic 
Course and Improved Hawk Officer Course 
on November 21st at Ft, Bliss, Texas, 

Ms, Shepley, a 1977 graduate* of Old Ro- 
chester Regional High School and a 1981 
graduate from the University of Massachu- 
setts with a B,A, degree, entered the army 
on May 30th, 1981 and completed basic 
training at Fort Bliss, She is taking a 
one month's leave and will report to duty 
in Germany on January 6th , 

Holly Days at Ashumet 

Massachusetts Audubon's Ashumet Holly 
Reservation in East Falmouth will hold its 
annual Christmas Holly Sale on December 
11th, 12th, and 13th, from 10 a,m, to 4 p,m. 
Complete your Christmas decorations by 
selecting your fresh cut holly from the re- 
servation's 15 acre collection of American, 
English and Oriental Holly trees. Also avail- 
able for purchase are wreaths, swags, 
holly trees, and a variety of holiday gift 
items o 

The holly collection was started by Wil- 
fred Wheeler in 1925, Many of the speci- 
mens are between 60 to 100 years old and 
stand as high as 35 feet tall. Berry color 
will be at its peak for those interested in 
walking the trails to view the trees. 




"Wanderer" 

A Distinctive Christmas Gift 

Whaling Ships Limited 

*i of New Bedford 

L' Authentic Photographs of New Bedford Whaling Ships 
from Original Negatives, printed on 11" x 14" Kodak 
Matte Finish Paper. 18 different scenes are available. 

Seaport Pharmacy 

■ ROUTE 0, MATTAPOISETT. 75^-6904 



December 2,1981 PRESTO PRESS 33 



Hilltop T.V. 

48 Sandwich Rd. , Wareham. 295-1045 

SELLS THE BEST REPAIRS the rest 

ZENITH - G.E. - HOTPOINT - R.C.A. 

FINEST IN VARIETY, QUAUTY AND PRICE 

ANTENNA INSTALLATION & REPAIR 



Holly Days are sponsored by the Friends 
of Ashumetc Admission is free, and pro- 





^ FR€€ 
OIL 
HCnTING 
/€FFICI€NCV 
SURV€VI 

Let our free oil heoting 
efficiency survey shouu 
you in focts and figures 
houu your burner is 
performing. 

If it's LUQSting fuel, o 
neuu 8eCK€TT Rome 
retention burner could 
be the onsuuer— and 
the easiest uuoy for you 
to cut your fuel costs, 
uuithout cutting your 
comfort. 

ft neuu B6CK6TT burner 
may pay for itself in fuel 
savings in the first 
heoting season. 

Coll todoy for your oil 
heating efficiency survey. 
No cost. No obligation. 

...B6CH6TT 
the better 
burner 



Installed and serviced by: 

993-1751 



December 8: Eli Whitney, 
the inventor of the cotton 
gin, was born on this day in 
1765. 

December 10: Today was 
the birthday of Emily 
Dickinson, the great Ameri- 
can poet, born in 1830. 

December 16: On this 
day in 1770, Ludwig van 
Beethoven, the German 
composer and unsurpassed 
master of instrumental mu- 
sic, was born. 



I Sluwreem Phent Residence | 

*>93-3575 992-6343 
JOHN J. HARK^Y JR. 

I RUG CONSULTANT 

308 Purchase St., New Bedford 



DONALD H. CHASE 

INC. 
7 Rideewood Road 
M atta poise tt, Mass. 

CONTRACTOR 
BUILDER 



If your children shun cooked 
vegetables, remember, offer- 
ing them raw may be more 
appealing and is just as 
healthy. Most any youngster 
enjoys crunchy raw carrot 
and celery sticks, and re- 
freshing cold tomato juice. 



BOB PAULINO 
MASONRY 




BUILDINGS 

fIREPUCES 

BRICK 

BLOCK 

CHIMNEYS 

CONCRETE 

FLOORS 



RESIDENTIAL- COMMERCIAL 



995-3586 




Junk, Wrecked, Burned 
CARS & TRUCKS 

HIGH PRICES PAID 
PROMPT PICK UP SERVICE 

LeValley Bros. 

USED CAR & TRUCK PARTS 
Vaughan Hill Road, Rochester 
24 HOUR TOWING & STORAGE 

763-8360 



CALL BEM or BEN 



ceeds from the sale will be used to help 
maintain the collection o 

Ashumet Holly Reservation is located at 
Route 151 and Currier Road in East Fal- 
mouth o For more information please call 
Ashumet at 536-6390., 

Blessed Sacrament 

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will 
take place the first Friday, December 4th, 
following the 8:30 aomo Mass to 9 p^m, 
at Our Lady of Lourdes Chapel, in the 
Sacred Hearts Church, 382 Main Street, 
Fairhaveno Closing Benediction will be at 
8:45 Pomo Everyone is invited to spend 
some time before the Blessed Sacramento 

The Chapel is open daily for adoration 
from 8 a.mo to 9 Pom., (except Wednesday , 
closes 9 aomo). Anyone wishing more 
information on the holy hour program can 
contact Angelo DeBorteli, 580 North Front 
Street, New Bedford (996-0332). 

Sippscan Rod and Gun 

On December 16th, the Sippican Rod & 
Gun Club will sponsor a "Guest Night" at 
their clubhouse on Dexter' s Lane in Roch- 
ester, off Route 105o There will be two 
guest speakers on this night: Mr, Michael 



34 PRESTO PRESS December 2, 1981 



• Carpentry -all types of repairs 

% P a i n t i nQ (interior & exterior) 



•»J^^ •Wallpapering 

-^l TT work fully guaranteed. 



FRANK J. KUBIK. 



Insured. 
NO JOBS TOO SMALL. 

763-8916 - 995-1813 




HRISTMAS SALE 

STARTS DECEMBER 3 

LOOK FOR OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT CATALOGUE 



NEW CASH DISCOUNT POLICY 

IN EFFECT UNTIL CHRISTMAS 



i|iCarey-McFall 

e'/j-FT. UPSWEPT 
SCOTCH PINE 
QUIK-A-TREES® 

Only 4 panels to assemble ! 
Natural looking tree with 
106 plush 4'/<" diameter 
branch tips. Flame- 
resistant. With stand. 






GARDEN 
GIFT 



LOG-SPLITTING AXES 

Rotating levers transform 
downward stroke to powerful 
outward force that splits log. 
Ideal for splitting green or 
freshly cut wood. 

WAGNER WARE 
2 1/2 QT. CAST 

Tea 
Kettle 



UST $39. 

2986 



2497 

UST- $29.95 




Lancer #130 
Fold-A-Way 

Shovels 

LIST $8.79 



from Block «^ 
Docker. See 
u, for coupon 

ondaotol**; 




CcJTona #22DK 

Portable 
Kerosene 
Heater 

LIST $299.95 



33 County Rci. , Rt. 6, MatXapoisett. 758 
Visa & Master Charge. Mon.-Sat. 



-6633 OPEN THURS. TIL 8 P. M, 

8 - 5:30 UNTIL CHRISTMAS 



VJkLUS'PLUS' 

3/8 VARI-SPEED 
REVERSING DRILLS 

LIST 39.99. SALE 33.97 
less REBATE $5. 
PRICE 
with rebate 



28 



97 



Drills tiles, steel, 
more: reverses to 
back out screws. 
Infinite speed lock. 
6' cord. 1/3 hp max. 



Yacine of the Gun Owners' Action League, 
and Mro Bob Studley, a Natural Resources 
Officer for the State of Massachusetts o 
There will also be a short movie and there 
will be a buffet served to all at no charge. 
We hope to answer all the questions on such 
things as Gun Ownership, Hunting Prac- 
tices, the many facets and benefits to gun 
owners and sportsmen alike, and the vari- 
ous programs offered to the sportsmen who 
belong to gun clubs throughout the country. 

Although there is no charge we do ask 
that you call and make reservations because 
there is limited space,, You may make re- 
servations by calling either Mr, Michael 
Perry at 763-4600, or Mrs, N, Bibeau at 



998-3770, So, if you don't belong to a gun 
club now and still want some questions 
answered, call now and make your reser- 
vation, 

Christmas Flower Show 

Heritage Plantation of Sandwich will again 
present its annual Christmas Flower Show 



1982 Linen Calendar Towels 

Also - NEW ENGLAND CALENDARS by Yankee Magazine 

HolidaV hours — Monday through Saturday 10 to 5, 
•' Friday 'til 6. 



Sundays 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. 



ems 




On Sale 

Renaissance Christmas Cards 

Arriving weekly - Gift Items, Stocking Stuff ers 
Carob Santas, Christmas Candies 
(All Natural) 




wWatar Straat, Wattapoiiatt, Wa 02739 - 758-3518 



December 2,1981 PRESTO PRESS 35 



FOR THE 

Holidays 

For Gifts 
or Hospitality, 

delicious 
HOME-MADE CANDIES 





HOME MADE CANDIES 

RTE.6, FAIRHAVEN.MA. 
Tel. 996-2465 



"A little bit of the Candy Man's Magic 
goes into every piece" 



We Ship Anywhere 



RTE. 6, FAIRHAVEN 
OPEN 7 DAYS 
10 a.m. -8 p.m. 

996-2465 



from Saturday through Monday, December 5, 
6 and 7 in the antique car Round Barn at the 
Museum c With the theme "A Christmas Carol" 
it will feature floral designs and exhibits, 
handcrafted ornaments, craft demonstrations, 
antique toys and holiday music o 

The gala Christmas program will be as fol- 
lows: 

Saturday, December 5: from 10 aomo to 6 
pomo/ hourly craft demonstrations; noon, 
story teller, David Bates of Barnstable; 
3 to 5 Pom. , choir and bell ringers of the 
Church of the Pilgrimage, Plymouth, pre- 
senting Christmas selections, including 
Saint-Sean's Christmas Oratorio, with five 
soloists, strings, organ and harp. 



Are you interested in a 
NEW WINTER WARDROBE? 



Call us and inquire about our 
Store Parties 



AKBOK 
AKIIAL8 



FRONT AND UNION STREETS, NEW BEDFORD 
992-2342 Open Monday - Saturday 10 to 5 
Visa . Master Card . Clubs . LayAways 




EDWIN L.PERKINS CO.'nc 

PLUMBING & HEATING 

REG. #8967 

758-3568 758-2786 

• SERVING THE GREATER MATTAPOISETT 
AREA SINCE 1935 

• 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE 

• LICENSED MEN 
21 North Street, Mattapoisett 



Sunday, December 6: from 10 aomo to 6 
Porno / hourly craft demonstrations; 4 Pom,, 
living creche with animals and music by the 
Barnstable County 4-Ho 

Monday, December 7: from 10 aomo to 4 
Porno, hourly craft demonstrations; noon, 
Christmas music by the Chatham Choral 
Chamber Singers. 

Admission for this popular event is charged 
and members are admitted freeo 

Christmas Cantata 

SAINTS AND SINGERS CHORUS 

Saints & Singers Chorus will be perform- 
ing their Christmas Concert "Specially for 
' Shepherds", a Christmas Cantata by Ralph 
Carmichael, in several locations in the com- 
ing weekso On Friday, December 11th, they 
will perform at Sto Joseph's School, Spring 
Street, Fairhaven, at 8:00 Pomo; and on Sun- 
day, December 18th, at 7:30 Pomo at Wes- 
ley Methodist Church, Main Street, Ware- 
ham. 

Thornton W. Burgess Society 

VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS 

Have you ever wanted to step inside a Vic- 
torian Christmas card? Then come to the 
Victorian Christmas Open House to be held 
at the Thornton Wo Burgess Museum in Sand- 




36 



PRESTO PRESS December 2, 1981 



There's a new name in town. And we're selling it. 



Husqvarnao That's a 
Swedish word which 
has come to mean "the 
finest", when the sub- 
ject of chain saws 
comes along o 

And we've been appointed 
by Husqvarna to sell and 
service their line-up of 
world famous chain sawso 

Come by and we'll show 
you what a chain saw 
should be. 

Husqvarna o 



@)Husq\^rna 

The Chain Saw Professionals. 




COUNTRY HARDWARE 

632 MAIN ST.. ACUSHNET 995-4272 

CORNER PERRY HILL & MAIN STREETS 
Monday - Friday 8 AM to 7 FM; Saturday 8 to 5; Sunday 9 to 12 



wich Center during the weekend of December 
11th through the 13tho Share the spirit of 
Christmas in the warmth and charm of the 
traditionally decorated Deacon Eldred House, 
Enjoy the music, hot mull cider, Christmas 
cookies and, of course, an old-fashioned 
tree. The Museum will be open on Friday 
evening, December 11, from 7 to 9 p,m,; 
Saturday, December 12, from 10 a,m, to 
4 p,m,; and Sunday, December 13, from 1 
to 4 p,m. The gift shop will offer some 
unique ideas for those left on your Christ- 
mas list. Admission to the Museum is free, 
NATURE WALK 

Join Stu Parsons , naturalist with the 
Thornton W, Burgess Society, on Saturday, 



December 5, for a guided nature walk through 
the trails of the Old Briar Patch, Interested 
persons are asked to meet at 9:30 a.m, at 
the Green Briar Nature Center, Discovery Hill 
Road, off Route 5A in East Sandwich, The 
walk is free and all are welcome, 
HOLIDAY HINTS FROM THE JAM KITCHEN 
The Green Briar Jam Kitchen has that some- 



Qog 



room 



ing 




enise's 



DENISE RENAGHAN - ALL BREEDS - 758-2837 



(Tlfrbtmna is coming 

MACRAME CORD - COMPLETE LINE OF COLORS 
(We sell our cord by the yard- as well as by the hank. Buy just 
what you need - no wasted leftovers . ) We have LOTS OF IDEAS 
for GIFTS weiLas the materials to make them. 

DIP & DRAPE - DRIED & SILK 
FLOWERS - FEET -OF -FLEECE 
and many more aafts. 

There 's material f c* many 
types of WREATHS - herbs- 
spices -straw -ribbon-cone .. 
to name a few. 

Come itrSnd browse, have a cup of coffee, or herb tea, or 
nice fresh Apple Cider. We'd like to meet you, and show off 
our Shop. Edie and Clair. 

P.S. We have GIFT CERTIFICATXS in any amount you choose, 

FAIRVIEW FARMS Hcrk & fraffs 
632 Main Street, Acushnet Tel. 995-0422 

Open 6 days, Tues. - Sun. 9 to 4:30, and 5 nights, 
Mon. -Fri. 7 to 9. 




December 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 37 



2 Eggs any style 

2 Pancakes 

2 Sausage 

2 Strips of Bacon 

Touch-of- Home 

Fries 
Coffee or Tea 



Chunk style 

Baked 
Virginia Ham 

3 eggs 

any style 
Home Fries 
Toast 

Coffee or Tea 



COME 
TRY OUR 

Omelets 

ORDER YOUR 
FAVORITE 
WE WILL 
MAKE IT 
FOR YOU 



CLOSED FOR A COOK'S TOUR 
December 5th and 6th 

FRIDAY SPECIAL 

Lobster Roll Platter 



LONG SUB ROLL CHOCK FULL OF LOBSTER 
MEAT- & COLE SLAW , FRENCH FRIES, PICKLE 



$3. 



50 



Mon. & Wed. Grill 
closes at 2; open for 
coffee 'til 3 . 
Tues. 7 to 11 a.m. 

Thurs. 7 to 7 
Friday 7 to 8 
Saturday 7 to 3 
Sunday 7:30 to 1 



ORDERS TO GO, TOO. 

Ton y ' s 

Kitchen 21 



21 CHURCH ST. 
MATTAPOISETT 758-6764 



thing special for the holidays ahead c From 
December 5 through December 11 the old- 
fashioned kitchen will feature hostess ideas 
using Green Briar relishes as a delicious 
dip with crackers or vegetables for your 
party table o Pickle and relish items will be 
on salec Located on Discovery Hill Road, 
off Route 6A in East Sandwich, the Jam Kit- 
chen is open daily. 

Flea Market • Craft Show 

A flea market and crafts fair, sponsored by 
the GcRe Austin Middle School PoT.Co, will 
be held from 9 a^mo to 3 Pom. Saturday, 
December 5th, at the school on Howland 
Road, Lakevilleo There is no admission 



758-2095 



1^ 



10 



2nd ^ 
TIME 
AROUND 



CONSIGNMENT SHOP 
Children's and Maternity 

Infant up to 14 Girls,. 16 Boys 
G Student Size Pants 

Route 6, Mattapoisett 
Right across from Sunoco Sta- 
tion (former Hilltop Seafood) 



7 



WED. , THURS. , FRI. 9 to 1 

. SATURDAY 9 to 2 
Closed Monday & Tuesday 



SPECIALIZING 
In 

PERSONALIZED MUGS 
PLANTER POTS 
COLANDERS 
TOOTHBRUSH HOLDERS 
SUGAR & CREAMERS 
SPECIAL ORDERS, Etc. 



NOW is the 
time for 

SPECIAL 
Christmas 
Orders 

at Kitchen 21 or 
Rainbow Pottery 




"^INBOW "POTTERY 

LESLEY ANNE NADEAU, POTTER 
144 Arnold St. , New Bedford. Home Phone 997-3848 
Call mornings and evenings 



charge » Proceeds from the event will be 
used for student activities. 

WARE HAM HIGH ADULT EDUCATION 
OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULED 

Wareham Adult Education Open House is 
December 2nd at the Wareham High School 
Cafeteria from 7:00 to 9:00 Pom. On display 
will be various craft projects made during the 
Fall semestero Advance registrations for the 
Spring semester will be held on that night. 
The instructors will be present to answer 
any questions . 

Whale Behavior Lecture 

A modern whaleman will make old New Bed- 
ford his port-of-call on December 13 in a 
rare New England appearance. 

Roger Payne, world-renowned research scien- 
tist and pre-eminent in knowledge of whale 
behavior, has accepted an invitation to ad- 
dress an area audience in the New Bedford 
High School Auditorium at 1 Pcm, that day, 
and to meet and talk with interested patrons 
after the presentation. 

Drc Payne's outstanding work first came to 
the public's attention some 10 years ago when 
he released information about his discovery 
of the 'singing' of humpback whales, a pheno- 




(^arolu 



Kmvf* 

7 Taliman Street 



^inJier Corner 
Nursery School 
Day Care Center 
7:00 - 5:00 year round 

758-6593 
Mattapoisett MA 02739 



38 PRESTO PRESS December 2, 1981 



Give an 
ORIENTAL 

for 
Christmas 

FINE FLOOR COVERINGS 

CARPET MART 




530 WASHINGTON ST. , RT. 6 
EAST FAIRHAVEN, MASS. 



997-0313 



menon he has continued to record and inter- 
pret over the last 15 years o His earlier find- 
ings were published in National Geographic 
Magazine, and since then he has presented 
some of it to a national TV audience o 

His presentation here will disclose his most 
recent findings and is titled "Whales: Their 
Behavior and Culture" » A new lecture, it is 
already scheduled for delivery at the Ameri- 
can Museum of Natural History in January. 
Besides the fascinating humpbacks, the right 
whales and their behavior will be described 
by Dro Payne for the first time. This criti- 
cally endangered whale he found to be a 
charming, magnificent 50-ton clown with a 
haunting voice and an inventive spirit for 
both play and aggression. The past five 
years' work by Dr. Payne, his family and 
students, working under the aegis of the 
New York Zoological Society, has gener- 
ated an explosion of new findings about the 
social and cultural lives of these gentle 
giants „ 

Dr. Payne will play back his underwater 
recordings of the exciting, other -world 
songs of these enthralling creatures and 
show colorful slides to illustrate and drama- 
tize his verbal account of his findings, such 
as how they sail for sport, blow clouds of 
bubbles in fishing strategy, and in courtship 
have to exhibit skill in the use of 'stream- 



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lined underwater antlers' for fighting. 

In the prime of his life, this personable, 
energetic research scientist is received with 




TRU TEST COLOR CONSUL TANT 

Dear Bonnie: 

/ am having to move from a large house into a small 
apartment. Is there anything I can do to keep from 
feeling closed in . . . to make my spaces seem larger? 

Signed, Discouraged 

Dear Discouraged: 

There is much you can do with color. The most room 
enlarging color of all is light blue. It is even more en- 
larging than white because blue is a receding color. If 
blue seems too cool, warm it with some yellow, apricot 
or peach accent touches. Paint woodwork either to 
match walls or white. 

Keep floors very light. Coverings for sofa or large 
chairs should be kept light or the same color as walls. 
Use as little furniture as possible and keep it scaled 
down to size of room. Avoid heavy dark woods. Use 
glass, brass and chrome for shelves and tables. 

Keep the window walls free of heavy drapery. Use 
sheer fabrics that will let the eye travel thru and beyond 
the window wall to extend the space. Or, dress the 
windows with hanging plants and glass shelves with 
colored glass. 

Flower prints on white give a light bright look. And 
finally, mirrors multiply light and a mirrored wall will 
double your space. 

For room enlarging blues, see the palest colors on 
TRU-TEST Custom Color strip cards Cl2 thru C13. 

SIPPICAN SUPPLY 

J^uTl^d^M) ^ ^"'^ SPRING STREET, MARION. 

.Xrnold a-iggs 748-0094 



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Qatden of (beauty, 

378 MARION ROAD, ROUTE 6, WAREHAM. 295-5811 
Near the Wevveantic River. Carol Mallinson, OwTier 

FULL SERVICE SALON FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

WALK IN OR APPOINTMENT . . 6 AM to 8:30 PM; SAT. 6 to 2:30. Evening hours by Appointment only 

FEATURING 

■ Permanents ■ Blow Cuts ■ Hair Coloring 
■ Facials 



Manicures 



Pedicures 



Make-Up 



NEXT DOOR TO GLORIA STEVENS 



HUMPBACK WHALE ON ARCTIC FEEDING GROUNDS, SUBJECT OF LECTURE AT NEW BEDFORD HIGH 
SCHOOL BY DR. ROGER PAYNE, RESEARCH SCIENTIST. PHOTO COURTESY L.S.B. LEAKEY FOUNDATION 



I now carrying 

EVERYTHING REASONABLY PRICED 

NO LOW £R PRICES ANY\\Ti£R£ ! 

, ^\ WAYNE DOG FOOD . BEDDING 

I HORSE GRAIN . RABBIT PELLETS 



BIRD SEED (ALL KINDS) 




. 1 - 

^Animal Food Supplies 

Walnut Plain Rd. , Rochester. Thomas Me de ires 763-2022 



Screened Loam 




EXCAVATING 

GRAVEL 
SEPTIC SYSTEMS 



Pallatroni & Gingras, Inc. 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
Rte. 6, Marlon Rd., Mattapoisett. 758-2587 



40 PRESTO PRESS December 2,1981 



AEROBIC DANCING IS OFFERED 
AT THESE CONVENIENT TIMES: 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 
10 A.M. and 6 P^M. 
Tuesday and Thursday 
2 P,M. 



Sep®' 



295 -5810 

378 Marion Road, 
Wareham 




OPEN 8:30 to 8:30 CAROL MALUNSON, Owner - Manager 



great enthusiasm wherever he makes one of 
his limited appearances o His special visit to 
the old whaling port of New Bedford is spon- 
sored by the Children's Museum of Dartmouth 
and was made possible by special arrangement 
with the LoSoBo Leakey Foundation, a public 
foundation supporting scientific research o It 
was established in 1968 by a group of eminent 
scientists and informed laymen who recognized 
a critical need to strengthen financial support 
for new multi-disciplined research into man's 
origins, his evolving nature and his environ- 
mental future » Dr. Leakey, in whose honor 
the Foundation was named, is known as "the 
Darwin of pre-history" » Contributions to the 
Foundation, and to the Children's Museum 
through ticket purchase, are tax deductible. 
Early reservation for any type ticket is ad- 
vised » In the event all tickets are not sold 
in advance, general admission tickets will 
be available at the door. A limited number of 
special, reserved seats are being offered to 
patrons which provides them with two reser- 
vations plus an invitation to meet and talk 
with the speaker in a post-lecture coffee 
hour. Added information or travel instruc- 
tions to the high school are available by 
phone at 993-3361 days; 992-6053 evenings; 
or alternatively, 636-2215, 



997-4748 
295-1033 



Antique & Custom 

Furniture Repair & Restoration 



s 



ROBERT MALLINSON 



74 Hawthorne Street 
New Bedford. MA 02740 



BARGAIN 

OF THE MONTH 



CORNING WARE 

PRODUCTS 

now 




A 



3-PC. mENCH WHrTE 
COOK/SERVING SET 

Versatile cookware with a classic design that makes it 
appropriate for both everyday meals and elegant dining. 
Goes conveniently from freezer to oven to table. Also 
recommended for microwave cooking. Incl. one 2yj-qt. 
round casserole w/cover, 10-in. pie/quiche plate. F1/3 

Quant/ties Limited 




Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5. Saturdays 8 - 4: 15 



December 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 41 



GOFAlRMAVeK/ RD 
/VlATTAPOISETT 
758 -SZ^S" 




LEAN 

GROUND 
BEEF 

59 69 



LAND-O-LAKES 
SLICED 



i_e. 



2 



09 



HOME MADE 

SAUSAGE 
MEAT 



I 



59 



L-B 



MANHATTAN 

SODA 

ALL FLAVORS 



2 QTS, 

890 



AT 3:40 (CHECK THE CLOCK) 
ON THE AFTERNOON BEFORE 
THANKSGIVING, THE AREA'S 
WHIRLING SNOW FLURRIES 
GAVE WAY TO SPECTACU- 
LAR LIGHTING EFFECTS. 
THE BRILLIANT LOW SUN 
PIERCED THE SLATE SKY, 
ILLUMINATING TOE VILLAGE 
IN A STRIKING STUDY OF 
CONTRASTS.. 

PHOTO BY WIN JENNEY 



1 





SMU Gallery 

Four artists — with the single profession- 
al names of Brownlee, Ramsdale, Baker, 
and Lehrer — will exhibit their work at the 
Southeastern Massachusetts University Gal- 
lery from December 1 through 20 o 



Building Contractor 

REPAIRS 




LAND FOR SALE 
DESIGN SERVICE 



REMODELING 

RENOVATIONS 

758-6565 758-2411 



42 PRESTO PRESS December 2, 1981 



The exhibits will include fiber, photo- 
graphy, collage and other art forms » 

The gallery, which is free and open to 
the public from noon to 5 p.m. Monday 
through Friday, is located in the College 
of Visual and Performing Arts (Group VI) 
Building . 



F. W. TAYLOR 
763-2117 

Cesspool and 

Septic Tank Pumping 

Formerly A. J. Smith 

ROCHESTER, MASS. 




Y.W.C.A. 

BLUEBERRY BRUNCH 

Blueberries will abound at the YWCA World 
Mutual Service Blueberry Brunch on Wed- 
nesday, December 9 o Blueberrypancak.es 
with blueberry syrup, sausage and coffee 
or tea will be served from 9:30 a^mo to 1 Pom, 
Also, blueberry desserts will be available 
for a snack or to take homeo 

A door prize will be awarded o 
GIFT OF HEALTH 

Size doesn't matter - if you give a loved 
one a membership to the YWCA Physical Fit- 
ness Clubo Whether she wants to slim down 
or tone up, the "PFC" will be a gift that will 
please all year round, Jt entitles her to use 
of the health salon equipment, sauna, whirl- 
pool, pool and gym (when available) for 
jogging o Staff advisor Cee Whalen is avail- 
able at specified times to set up an individu- 
al program of diet and/or exercise. 

Gift certificates are available at the YWCA 
main desk, 
PARTY FOR SHUT-INS 

Entertainment for LIFE (Live Instrumentalists 
for Elders), carol singing and a visit from 
Santa will brighten the lives of approximately 
50 shut-ins at the YWCA Friendly Visitor 
Christmas Party » The party will be held at 
Buttonwood Community Center on Wednesday, 
December 9 , from 2 to 4 p » m , 




CALL FOR EXPERT SERVICE 

Richard F. Nunes 

PLUMBING & HEATING 

REMODELING, REPAIRS, SERVICES 
WATER PUMPS 

Fairhaven 997_3595 



MAYCO CABINETS 

26 Village Avenue, Acushnet, Ma „ 02743 
Ed Mazerolle Telephone ^ ^ ^ 

Millwork 
Builders of Fine Cabinets 
Remodeling Repairing 
Roofing Sidewalls 

Experience of over 30 years in business 

Full Service Contractors 

All Work Guaranteed 

Builders of Quality Homes and Additions 



Gifts will be provided through funds from 
WBSM's Quarters for Christmas. Refresh- 
ments will be donated by Friendly Visitor 
staff and volunteers , 

Plymouth County Republicans 

John Sears, candidate for Governor, was the 
featured speaker at the monthly meeting of 



219 MiU Rd. 
Lie. 7890 



Hints for a Hostess ... 

Enjoy your Holidays more than ever! 




Finished 
Laundry 



SERVICE 



Our expert service can give you 
the extra time you need for the 
activities that add so much to 
holiday pleasure. 

Or if you prefer, take advantage 
of our LARGE LOAD 

Coin Laundry 

and our MONEY SAVING 

Coin Operated 
Dry Cleaning 



Cash & Carry Store open 8 to 6 weekdays, 8 to 4 Sat. 

For your convenience. Launderette is 
OPEN 7:30 to 9:00 7 DAYS A WEEK 

4 CORNERS 

COIN LAUNDERETTE 

HflTHflWAY S LAUNDRY INC 
RTE. 6, FRONT STREET, MARION. 748-0898 



December 2.1981 PRESTO PRESS 43 






^ Time to Think about.xC^ 

fev Cliristinas 

DIAMOND RINGS . EARKUNC5 
WATCHES by Accutron, Seiko 
and Bulova . MUSIC BOXES . 
WALLETS . PEWTER . PENS 
PENDAOTS . BRACELETS 
BIRTHS TONE RINGS 

PEWTER 
MOPPETS 

Something for 
EVERYONE! 

Smith & Neil Jewelers 

208 MAIN STREET, WAREHAM VILLAGE. 295-0073 
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

the Plymouth County Republican Clubc One 
of the main points of his presentation was 
the restoration of real power and authority 
to local governments by letting them raise 
their own revenues, Mr. Sears also touched 
upon the problems in the jails todayo 

The club decided to invite the candidates 
for state offices to speak at the annual 
Lincoln Day Dinner rather than have one 
main speaker « It was felt that this would 
give the candidates greater visibility be- 
fore the upcoming convention in March, 
Plans for the dinner are being finalized by 
the chairmen, Paul Barber of Duxbury, Dave 
Chuckran of Kingston, and Gloria Striggles 
of Bridgewater. 

The next monthly meeting will be held 
at the Red Coach in Middleboro on Thurs- 
day, December 17tho 

Joins Staff at Parkwood 

Alfredo F, Xavier, MD, and general sur- 
geon, has recently joined the medical staff 
of Parkwood Hospital, located in New Bed- 



Get your Chimneys ready for Winter 

Regis Spangler 
MASON WORK 

OF ALL KINDS 
Chimneys - Steps - Fireplaces 
997-0361 

31 DAY STREET, FAIRHAVEN, MASS. 




44 PRESTO PRESS December 2, 1981 




"UNUSUAL 
GIFTS" 



canvas bags 
potholders 
aprons 

STAINED GLASS CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS 




ford's north endo 

Dro Xavier, a native of Brazil, speaks 
fluent Portugueses He has opened his pri- 
vate practice at the .Physicians' Center, 
4497 Acushnet Avenue, on the grounds of 
Parkwood Hospital » 

Certified by the American Board of Surgery, 
Dro Xavier is also a member of various 
surgical associations. 

He is a former chief of surgery at West 
Shore Hospital, Manistee, Michigan, and 
a past staff member of the Henry Ford Hos- 
pital in Detroit, where he conducted his 
training from 1971 to 1975, Dr. Xavier 
completed his internship at the Hospital 
of Medical College of Ohio at Toledo, 

He lives with his wife Martha, and three 
children, Edward, Elizabeth and Eric in 
Mattapoisetto 

Whaling Museum 

WHALING MUSEUM EXHIBITS WEAVINGS ' 
SCHEDULES TALK BY ISTYLANDER 
An exhibition of 29 pieces of cloth, woven 
by The Nauset Weavers of Cape Cod from 
the "Peace and Patience" weaving drafts of 
1798-1826, opens to the public on Thursday, 
December 10th, at the New Bedford Whaling 
Museum, 18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bed- 



ANDY BOBOLA 

CARPENTER - CONTRACTOR 

PROFESSIONAL REFINISHING 
• WALLPAPERING • PAINTING 
• CARPENTRY • PANELING 

EXTERIOR • INTERIOR 

NO JOB TOO SMALL . ALL WORK GUARANTEED 
FREE ESTIMATES 
MATTAPOISETT MASS TEL 997-3434 





UPPER DECK W 

Specializing in 

SOLID BRASS & COPPER 

Antique Reproductions 

Carrying a large selection of 
unique and unusual giftware 
for Weddings, Birthdays, 
Anniversaries, etCo 

28 William Street, New Bedford 

997-9194 

Located in the Heart 

of The Historic District 

Open Year Round Monday tliru Saturday 9 to 5 





Rooster Napkin Holder 



- or perhaps a letter holder - in solid 
brass. Rooster stands 6" tall x 5" wide.^ 
Useful and decorative! rj 

I 



fordo 

Among recent gifts to Old Sturbridge Vil- 
lage were some "crumpled strips of paper 
with queer markings", which originated in 
the town of Dartmouth, probably in 1798- 
1826 o To the expert eye of Jane Nylander, 
the Village's Curator of Textiles and Cer- 
amics, the crumpled strips yielded up their 
mystery o They were designs or drafts for 
weaving household articles of wool and 
linen and are the first such drafts of early 
American women to come to light o 

The women who made and used the drafts 
were Patience Lawton Kirby (1761-1841) 
and her daughter. Peace Kirby Rowland, 
both of Dartmouth, 

To explain the importance of the drafts , 
Mrso Nylander will present an illustrated 
program, "Homespun America: True or 
False?" on Wednesday , December 9, at 8 
Pom,, in the Museum Theater. Following 
the talk you may preview the exhibition and 
enjoy the 29 weavings made from the "Peace 
and Patience" drafts. 

Admission is charged non-members, 

MATTAPOISETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS -MENU DEC. 7-11 

Monday, choice of cheese pizza or hot dog in a bun, potato 
^ps, vegetable soup, fruit cup, milk; Tuesday, choice of 
American chop suey or hamburger on a bun, buttered green 



beans, carrot sticks, peanut butter cookie, milk; Wednes- 
day, soup, turkey salad sandwich and/ or peanut butter sand- 
wich, potato chips, pudding, milk; Thursday, shake and 
bake chicken legs, buttered peas, rice or mashed potatoes, 
roll and butter, cranberry sauce, jello, milk; Friday, soup, 
toasted cheese sandwich or cheese pizza, potato ciiips, 
vegetable sticks, choice of dessert, milk. 

Tournament Bridge 

The Dartmouth Bridge Club will sponsor three 
bridge tournaments during the week December 
7-10 all for the benefit of the Congregation- 



DAHLIA 



ONE JOHNNV CAKE HILL 
HiSTORIC DISTRJCT 



992-6377 




Greetings, 

The holiday season is creeping in 
through the back door, and now is 
the time to think ahead. Especially 
if you prefer to shop in leisure, without the 
hassleof pushy crowda.. if you like to take the ^ 
time to select thoughtful and "different" gifts, r 

DAHLIA is ready for you with unique and i 

lovely gifts for everyone in your heart and on \ 
your list 

W,e wrap, ship anywhere, and can still special ^ 

order scrimshaw for holiday delivery. We'll be 4 

open daily with expanded shopping hours for ^ 

your convenience. ^ 

. r , im jr ^r^^-^ *»'-jr<^-% H 

December 2, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 45 



DO YOU HAVE A NEED FOR OFFICE SPACE AND TO BE CENTRAL- 
LY LOCATED IN SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS? FOR SALE - 
625 SQ. FT, INSULATED BUILDING ON ONE ACRE. LAVATORY, 

PARKING. MID 30's. FINANCING. 
758-6034 CORREA ASSOCIATES 994-2444 


FOR YOUR ALTERATIONS AND DRESSMAKING 
CALL ALICE THOMAS AT 
1 MAHONEY'S LANE. 758-2842. 
ANTENNA NEED REPAIR? 
T.V. NEED REPAIR? 
NEED A NEW T.V. ? 
HILLTOP T.V. 295-1045. 


WILL BUY ANYTHING OLD OR ODDS AND ENDS . 
OLD GLASS, FURNITURE, PAINTINGS, ETC. 
CALL ANYTIME. 994-8090 or 996-0921 . 


WEATHERPROOF YOUR DOORS AND WINDOWS FOR THE WINTER. 
MARINE QUALITY INTERIOR PAINTING . 
HOME REPAIRS - ODD JOBS. 
JEFF GARDNER - 748-0943 
QUALITY EFFICIENCY SATISFACTION. 


LYDIA'S HOUSECLEANING SERVICE. WEEKLY, MONTHLY. 
SEASONAL CLEANING 
INSURED & BONDED, CALL 995-5833. 


COMPLETE SAILBOAT RIGGING SERVICE 
EAST COAST RIGGING 
840B POINT ROAD, MARION, MASS. 748-2925. 


WE BUY ANTIQUES, ESPECIALLY TIN, WOODEN & CAST IRON 
KITCHEN IMPLEMENTS, IRONSTONE SERVING PIECES, OIL 
LAMPS AND OIL LAMP PARTS. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. THE 
STUDIO SHOP, CALL 758-4684. PLEASE KEEP TRYING ! 


KITCHEN KNIVES, SCISSORS, 
CUTTING TOOLS SHARPENED. 
DICK KEYES, 758-2336. 


SIPPICAN ANSWERING SERVICE 
NEW LOW RATES FOR MATTAPOISETT CLIENTS. 
TELEPHONE 748-2997 


THE CORNER SHOP, BRANDT ISLAND RD, & RTE. 6 
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES 
11 A.M. - 5 P.M. CLOSED SUNDAYS & TUESDAYS 
TELEPHONE 758-4324 


PRIME OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE. 400 SQ, FT, ON ROUTE 6, 
MATTAPOISETT. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, 
CALL PETER BRIGGS, 758-6929 


HOUSE FOR RENT - 2 BDRM. FURNISHED WITH FIREPLACE ON 
BUZZARDS BAY. BRANDT BEACH AREA OF MATTAPOISETT. 
OIL HEAT. MONTHLY, NOV. THRU APRIL. 897-3053, 


HORSE MANURE FOR FALL AND WINTER COVER, 
PICK-UP LOAD DELIVERED, $10,00, 
758-2697 


HAVE CUSTOMERS - Need properties in Mattapoisett, 
Marlon, Rochester. List your property with 
ESTES REAL ESTATE. 758-9444 


FRESH SPRUCE SPRAYS WITH PINE CONES AND BOW FOR YOUR 
HOLIDAY DOOR, $5.00 DELIVERED, 

t .A 1 .1 . AN JJx UK iLN , /bo bUob. 


PRINTED ROUND CORNER TICKETS. $4.00 PER 100. 
FOR PARTIES, BANQUETS AND DANCES. 
295-6819 


FOR INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR REFINISHING 
OR NEW CONSTRUCTION CALL 
STEVENS & SON AT 758-4975. 


SLIGHTLY USED MAN'S STARTER SET SPAULDING GOLF CLUBS. 
1 AND 3 WOODS, 3,5,7,9 IRONS; WILSON BAG. 
$50.00 OR BEST OFFER. 758-2455 


NANCY GAGNON 
ACCOUNTING & SMALL BUSINESS SERVICES. TAX 
PREPARATION, VERY REASONABLE RATES. CALL 295-4813. 


MATTAPOISETT VILLAGE - 2 BDRM. WATER VIEW APARTMENT. 
IDEAL FOR PROFESSIONAL PERSON(S) OR COUPLE. NO PETS 
PLEASE. 758-6034 758-2295, 


CREATE YOUR OWN EMPLOYMENT! 
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE TO HAVE A FRESH FISH MARKET (OR?) 
ON NEW BEDFORD RD, IN ROCHESTER. . . .WHERE ONE COULD 
ALSO BUY DELICIOUS PREPARED SEAFOOD? FOR SALE - 625 
SQ. FT. BUILDING ON 1 ACRE ON BUSY NEW BEDFORD RD. 
MID 30' s, FINANCING 
758-6034 CORREA ASSOCIATES 994-2444 


FOR SALE- 1978 CHEVY CHEVETTE. EXCELLENT CONDTTION. LOW 
MILEAGE. 4-DR. AUTOMATIC. AIR CONDITIONING, AM/FM, DE- 
LUXE INTERIOR PACKAGE. $3800. 758-4608 AFTER 5 P.M. 


ONE-DAY MID-WEEK NEW YORK CITY SHOPPING TRIP WEDNES- 
DAY, DECEMBER 9. LEAVING FAIRHAVEN 7 A.M. AND LEAVING 
NEW YORK 8 P.M. $18.00. 

BUDGET TOURS, SONNY DIAS, MANAGER, CALL 996-9861 . 


WANTED TO RENT - 3 BEDROOM HOUSE OR TENEMENT. MAT- 
TAPOISETT OR FAIRHAVEN. AM WILLING TO REPAIR IF NEEDED. 
758-6044 


SINGER ZIG-ZAG SEWING MACHINE, FASHION MATE. $50.00 
OR BEST OFFER. 2 RADIAL SNOW TIRES FOR 14" RIM. USED 
son MTLFS COST $7'i 00 FACH WTT L SFI T TWO FOR $1 Of) OR 
BEST OFFER. TEL. 758-4571. 


EXPERIENCED VIOLINIST WANTED TO INSTRUCT 
11 YEAR OLD ONCE A WEEK. 
PLEASE CALL 758-2751. 


FOR SALE - TWO 14. INCH x 18 INCH 
rKi(Ji<AiUKo. v>ZUU. tSUirl. 
758-6242 


WAITRESSES NEEDED. PART TIME OR FULL TIME. ONLY EXPERI- 
ENCED NEED APPLY. ALSO, SALAD OR BUS PERSON NEEDED 
FOR PART TIME ONLY. CALL FOR APPOINTMENT, 7 63-5535, 
ASK FOR AUCE. 


DRAFTING TABLE WANTED 
FOR ARCHITECT. 
748-0479 


RESPONSIBLE PERSON WANTED TO CARF FOR TWO CHTT DRFN TN 
MY HOME ON NECK ROAD ON SCHOOL DAYS FROM 7:45 A.M. 
TO 4:00 P.M. REFERENCES REQUIRED, 758-4216 AFTER 4 P.M. 


FOR RENT - MATTAPOISETT VILLAGE - 3 ROOM FIRST FLOOR 
APARTMENT. $300. MONTH INCLUDING HEAT AND HOT 

WATER. LEASE & SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED. 758-2190. 


vv iM iu\ vv iijj^ r iiM/AiM j ouxcb (_>i waucruuiiL laiiu on ^ulcL 

inlet with marine railway for boat hauling , 

MARION - Family compound - Business possibilities - 2 homes, 
1 spacious; 1 snug; large bam, greenhouse, 210 acres. 
RACER.E., 748-0479 


WANTED - GOOD HOME FOR 2 DOGS. 4-YR. FEMALE SHEPHERD 
MIX; 4-YR, FEMALE DOBERMAN. BOTH HOUSEBROKEN AND VERY 
GOOD WITH CHILDREN. SHEPHERD HAD DOGHOUSE & RUN. 
I'M MOVING & HAVE TO GIVEN THEM UP. PLEASE CALL 758-2030. 


WE MAKE HOLIDAY PINATAS 
BRIAN AND TOM 
758-3527 OR 758-6507 


REWARD 

LARGE WHITE CAT WITH BLACK SPOTTING & TAIL. MISSING AL- 
MOST 2 WEEKS. LEBARON AREA. PLEASE CALL 758-9541. 


FOR SALE - 30" WHITE ELECTRIC STOVE. 
$80.00. 

CALL AFTER 5:30 P.M. 758-2620. 


FOUND AT CRESCENT BEACH - YOUNG FEMALE CAT. MOSTLY 
BLACK, WHITE HIND PAWS, WHITE TIP FRONT PAWS, WHITE 
UNDER CHIN. CALL 758-2970. 


LOST - RED 10-SPEED BIKE. 

REWARD, $25.00. 
CALL AFTER 6 P . M . , 758-6562 


LEAKY ROOF ? HAVE IT TAKEN CARE OF NOW! 
FREE ESTIMATES AND LOW PRICES. 
J.N. CANTY ROOFING. SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 8. 


SCHOOL MENUS - PAGE 45 





46 PRESTO PRESS December 2, 1981 



$ 



DISCOUNTED GAS 




Gal. 



$i34°4o 
I 




HOURS: 7:45 AM to 7:30 IM, SUNDAY 9 AM to 7:30 IM 

A FULL SERVICE STATION 

Sorry, we do not accept any credit cards. 
Formerly Joe's Arco Service 
OWNED & OPERATED BY JOE GUARD 

STILL UNDER THE SAME OWNERSHIP 



ROUTE 6. MATTAPOISETT 758-2551 758-3328 



al Church of South Dartmouth, The first will 
be held at 7:00 p.m. Monday; the second 9:00 
a. mo Wednesday and the third at noon on 
Thursday, The tournaments will be played 
at the church. 

These are the final ACBL Blue Ribbon ex- 
tra-point tournaments for 1981 , There will 
be no deductions, as always, for any tourna- 
ment expenses , 

Winners in the regular weekly bridge tour- 
naments held last week by the Dartmouth 
Bridge Club are announced, 

Thursday afternoon, November 19, in the 
annual ACBL membership tournament the 
North-South winners were Doris Liberty and 
George Leslie, first; Helen DeMello and 
Barbara Kiarsis, second; Lillian Johnson and 
Zelda Howard, third; Barbara Ahlborn and 
Nessie Roy, fourth. 



In the East-West direction Virginia Banks 
and Evelyn Weidner were first; Catherine 
Bacon and Dorothy Staples, second; Leona 
Rosenberg and Beatrice Wollision, third; Dr, 
and Mrs, Lawrence S, Kennison, fourth. 

The over-all winners of this special event 
were Doris Liberty and George Leslie. 

Monday evening, November 23, in the 
nation-wide ACBL Charity Tournament the 
North-South winners were George Leslie and 
Robert D'Anjou, first; Jeanie Rogers and her 
father, Stuart Chace, second; Doris Liberty 
and Zelda Howard, third; Lizette Sylvia and 
James Masterson, fourth; Nessie Roy and 



ROCHESTER 



LOOK'S ACRES 
KENNEL 

BOARDING DOGS AND CATS 
Individual Indoor - Outdoor Runs. Heated 



ALL BREED GROOMING. FLEA G TICK DIP 



763-5748 




A Touch 
of the Past 



55 




2853 Acushnet Ave. (Back of Pa Raff a 's) 
Junction Ashley Blvd. -Acushnet Ave. 
998-1277 

We specialize in ELECTRIFYING DOLLHOUSEs' 

Specializing in DOLL HOUSES 
DOLL HOUSE ACCESSORIES 
General Gifts for All 

Open daily 10 to 4:30, and Friday evenings 'til 8 P.M. 
Sundays 12:30-4:30 for the convenience of working p>eople. 
OPEN DAILY UNTIL CHRISTMAS 



December 2,1981 PRESTO PRESS 47 



THE PRESTO OFFICE IS OPEN FOR ACCEPTING CLASSIFIED ADS 

ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 9 AM to 12:30 C 1:30 to 5:30 

DEADLINE 10 AM MONDAY 

IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST MINUTE! 
CARPEMTRYAND PAINTING 
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED. INSURED. NO JOBS TOO SMALL 
FRANK J. KUBIK. 763-8916 - 995-1813. 

1812 HOUSE ANTIQUES, BOLLES CORNER, MATTAPOISETT. 
11 AM - 4:30 PM & BY APPOINTMENT. CLOSED SUNDAYS AND 
MONDAYS. WE ALSO BUY. CALL 758- 62 67 . 



GARAGE STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE 
IN MATTAPOISETT. 
CALL 758-6528 AFTER 6 P.M. 

OUR STORE - WOMEN'S BLOUSES. FACTORY OUTLET, SECONDS 
ONLY, SIZES 5-16. OPEN FRIDAYS, 5 TO 9 P.M. & SATURDAYS 
10 A.M. - 4 P.M. & BY APPOINTMENT. CALL 994-2164 EVE- 

NINGS. 5 WILBUR AVE. , NORTH DARTMOUTH. 

COMPLETE DOG GROOMING SERVICE 
FLEA AND TICK DIP. POODLE SPECIALTY 

DENISE RENAGHAN. CALL 758-2837, 



FAMILY OIL SERVICE 
758-3328 



MASSE' S APPLIANCES 
MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE 
993-7883 2 68 DARTMOUTH STREET, NEW BEDFORD 



PETER B. HODGES 
ACCOUNTANT 
BOOKKEEPING SERVICES, TAXES 
9 RIDGEWOOD ROAD , MATTAPOISETT 

758-2460 

WANTED TO BUY: STAMPS 
COLLECTIONS OR LOOSE ASSORTMENTS, SMALL & LARGE LOTS. 
U.S. OR WORLD-WIDE. OVER 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN COLLECT 
ING & DEALING. BANK REFERENCES . CALL TO ARRANGE 
APPOINTMENT, 993-9913. JOHN RAIKKONEN (OWNER) OF THE 

^ PASTA HOUSE, FAIRHAVEN. 

CLOCK REPAIRS & RESTORATIONS. ALL TYPES, HOUSE CALLS. 
FREE ESTIMATES, 758-2595 EVENINGS & WEEKENDS, 
THE PEN & THE PENDULUM, 4 CANNON ST,, MATTAPOISETT, 

CERAMICS 
LESSONS - FIRING - SUPPLIES 
PAINT - GREENWARE 
CHILDREN'S CLASSES 
763-4508 

HAND PAINTED SLATES MADE TO ORDER. 

CALL 993-8911 MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 
AFTER 5 P.M. AND SUNDAY AFTER 10 A.M. 

FOR RENT - 3 BEDROOM HOUSE. CENTER OF MATTAPOISETT. 

$300. MONTH PLUS UTILITIES. ADULTS ONLY. 

758-2584 AFTERNOONS 1 TO 5 P.M. 

WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE PICTURE 
OF PONY TEAM FROM VETERANS' DAY PARADE. 
758-2697 

PICKUP TRUCK AND DRIVER FOR HIRE , CARPENTRY AND 
"HANDYMAN" WORK AT REASONABLE RATES, 
CALL PAUL BENAC at 758-4528, 

CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS & CUSHIONS . ALL TYPES TO BRING COLOR 6. 
CHEER TO YOUR HOME, ASSURE EARLY DELIVERY-PLAN AHEAD FOR 
FALL & WINTER: ORDER IN ADVANCE , PICK-UP & DELIVERY. 758-451 2 
WOODEN SPARS, CUSTOM MADE 
RANDOLPH BOATWORKS 
27 PINE ISLAND ROAD, 758-4270, 



MARION - Rent or Rent-Option - Building on Route 6, Could 

be used for business or office. 
SUMMER OF '82 - MATTAPOISETT - Rental July-August - Cottage 
with water view. Private Beach Community. 
ESTES REAL ESTATE. 758-9444. 

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TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS 
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING NOTICE 
A copy of the Actual Use Report on General Revenue Sharing 
Funds and supporting data for the fiscal year July 198 to 
June, 1981 is available for public inspection at the Mattapoi- 
sett Town Hall, 16 Main Street, during hours of 8 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Monday through Friday , 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
William F, Hubbard, Chairman 
John N. De Costa 
James F. Huntoon 

Form # F 21 A 

Dec. 2, 1981 Presto Press 



TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS 
BOARD OF APPEALS 

1. Petition of Fisher & Rocha , Inc., lu Wildwood Terrace, 
Mattapoisett for a Variance from the frontage requirements to 
allow construction of a single family dwelling on Lot 166 of Plot 
17 of the Mattapoisett Assessors' records. Said lot located at 
the end of Tallman Street and recorded in the Plymouth County 
Registry of Deeds in Book 3745 Page 607. Hearing will be held 
in the CONFERENCE ROOM OF THE TOVW HALL ON THURSDAY, 
DECEMBER 17, 1981, at 7:00 P.M. 

2. Petition of Fisher & Rocha, Inc., 10 Wildwood Terrace, 
Mattapoisett for a Special Permit and Variance to raze an exist- 
ing dwelling and to construct a new dwelling with two (2) one 
(1) bedroom apartments on a lot containing less than 40,000 
square feet. Property is located at 45 Pearl Street and is shown 
as being Lot 73 on Plot 10 of the Mattapoisett Assessors' re- 
cords and Recorded in the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds 

in Book 4862 Page 34, Hearing will be held in the CONFERENCE 
ROOM OF THE TOWN HALL ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1981 
at 7:15 P.M. 

Applications and plans available for inspection during normal 
hours in the Town Clerk's Office, 

Richard L. Seaman, Chairman 
George Heinz 
E, Mason Welling 
Warren C, Thompson 
Robert W, Pierce 
BOARD OF APPEALS 
Dec. 2,9, 1981 Presto Press ^^^^^ 



TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS 
NOTICE 

The following is a list of deadline dates for Articles, Petitions 
and Street Acceptances for insertion into the Annual Town Meet- 
ing Warrant and the deadline date for the Annual Town Report: 
JANUARY 4, 1982: Petitions for street acceptances 
JANUARY 4, 1982: REPORTS FOR INSERTION INTO THE 

ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 
FEBRUARY 1, 1982: Petitions for articles in the Town Meet- 
ing Warrant 

FEBRUARY 1, 1982: ArUcles for the Town Meeting Warrant 
The above must be submitted to the Selectmen's Office on or 
before 4:00 P.M. on the dates indicated above, 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
Dec, 2, 1981 Presto Press 

FOR SALE - CAMPER CAP FOR 8 FT. PICKUP 
WITH BUNK OVER CAB. $425. 

763-5657 

SNOW TIRES FOR SALE, 
15", REASONABLE PRICE, 

758-3534 

BREAKFAST SHORT ORDER COOK WANTED. 
PART TIME, EXPERIENCE PREFERRED, 

CALL AFTER 4 P.M. 993-7238, 

FOR SALE - BABY CARRIAGE, $20,00, 
AND BASSINET, $5,00, 

TEL, 748-0162, 

HOMEMAKERS WANTED, PART TIME WORK WITH THE ELDERLY IN 
THEIR HOMES, COMPETITIVE WAGES, FLEXIBLE HOURS. CALL 
SPECIAL CARE NURSING SERVICE AT 996-3128 OR 747-2621 . 




Insurance of All Kinds 
to Assure you the Best 

SERVICE 



NEW WINTER HOURS 



g-* 8:30 to 5:00 

Monday - Friday 



GHOUNN 



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>^gency Inc. 

55 County Rd., Mattapoisett 

758-3731 



her daughter, Nanette Sylvia, fifths 

In the East-West direction Virginia Banks 
and Ruth Musser were first; Edna McLaugh- 
lin and Irving Shapiro, second; Christine Gal- 
ligan and Pamela Mendoza, third; Mr, and 
Mrs, James Harris, fourth; Lillian Johnson 
and Zelda Howard, fifth o 

The over-all winners of this special charity 
event were Virginia Banks and Ruth Musser, 

Wednesday morning, November 25, in the 
Master's section the North-South winners 
were Mary Pothier and Laurette Senecal, first; 
Dro and Mrs, Bertram E, Howard, second; 
Charlotte Gibbs and Florence Ayres, third o 

In the East-West direction Mary Terpeny and 
Barbara Gordon were first; James Masterson 
and John Sullivan, second; Lillian Johnson 
and Jack O'Leary, third. 

In the Non-Master's section Mr, and Mrs, 
Hervey A, Caron were first; Helene Vaillen- 
court and Mabel Long tied Bertha Pentleton 
and Etta Robichaud for second place » 



TIDES 



High 



Dec, AM 
2 11:36 
12:12 
1:07 



2:04 
3:03 
3:59 
4:50 
5:42 



PM 

12:31 
1:27 
2:26 
3:25 
4:20 
5:13 
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AM 
4:19 
5:09 
6:08 
7:16 
8:30 
9:40 
10:42 
11:42 



PM 
4:59 
5:49 
6:49 
7:50 
8:54 
9:54 
10:50 
11:45 



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WOOD OR COAL MODELS 



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when not in use! Fireplaces, when in use, lose up to 80°o 
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An American Stovalator is an insert that converts your present 
fireplace into a wood stove wittiout destroying the beauty you 
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Donald C. Jason, Publisher- Editor 
Addressed Subscriptions. Mattapoisett-Marion 7 ^ ^ Q 1 1 
Kocnester 5 / . oU year. All others SIO.OO year I ^ \J ^ 7 / / 

DEADLINES: NEWS, SAT. 12 NOON.; DISPLAY ADVERTISING, 
FRIDAY 12 NOON; CLASSIFIED ADS, MONDAY, 10 A.K. 

JIM'S PAINT-N-PAPER 
WORK DONE WITH THE QUALITY YOU WANT AT THE PRICE YOU 
EXPECT TO PAY FOR IT. 998-2429. 




TTiE NEXT MATTAPOISETT 

Waste Paper Collection will be 

10 AM SAT. to 4 Hvl SUN. , VAN AT r\TZn- 
TOWN PARKING LOT ON UbO. 
DEPOT STREET 5 & 6 
Courtesy oi REPUBUCAN TOWN COMMITTEE 








FOR MATTAPOISETT ^*«.^^ A 

999-2221 <i::!«Xl 


KNITTING NEEDS & SEWING -SUPPLIES 
KAY'S KNIT 'N SEW, 33 PARK STREET, MATTAPOISETT . 
APPOINTMENT ONLY, 758-6410. 






SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 
YOU MUST BE COMPLETELY SATISFIED WITH YOUR PHOTO- 
GRAPHS . . . .OR YOUR MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED. IT'S THAT 
SIMPLE. SEAPORT PHARMACY, RTF. 6, MATTAPOISETT. 


GEORGE CATHCART 
FULL TIME BUSINESS CONSULTANT, ACCOUNTING & 
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE, NOTARY PUBLIC. 
8 HAWTHORNE STREET, MATTAPOISETT. TEL. 758-2656. 


NEW QUEEN OR KING SIZE WATER BED, NEVER OPENED. 10- 
YEAR WARRANTEE. WALNUT STAINED PINE FRAME, HEADBOARD, 
DECK, PEDESTAL, MATTRESS, LINER, HEATER, PLUS PADDED 

SIDE RAILS. $199. COMPLETE. 636-3870 (SO. DARTMOUTH), 


WALLPAPERING & PAINTING. INTERIOR & EXTERIOR. 
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP, REASONABLE RATES AND 
FREE ESTIMATES. CALL DAVE AT 295-9481 OR 997-4301 . 


LEARN TO DANCE AT BARRETT DANCE STUDIO, 8 PARK STREET. 


CAN YOU CUT YOUR FUEL BILLS? JUST ASK US! HAVE YOUR BURN- 
ER CHECKED THROUGH JOB NOZZLE FILTER & EFFICIENCY TEST. 
OIL BURNERS & HEATING UNITS INSTALLED, CLEANED & MAIN- 
TAINED. 2 4 YEARS EXPERIENCE. MITCHELL'S HEATING & BURNER 
SERVICE, 112 WASHINGTON ST. , FAIRHAVEN. 994-0334,997-7906 


WE SPECIALIZE IN SOCIAL DANCING, LINE DANCING AND 
DANCERCIZE. WE TEACH FOR ORGANIZATIONS AND CLUB 
FUNCTIONS. CALL 758-2558. 


B & C FLOOR COVERING - SPECIAL: BOUND CARPET MATS. 
18"x27". $1.00 APIECE, ALL COLORS! 
S COUNTYRD., MATTAPOISETT, 758-2172 


MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS 
NOW AT SMITH MILLS SHOPS, RTF. 6, OPPOSITE THE NORTH 
DARTMOUTH MALL. COME IN TODAY. 993-8830. 

FIGHT THE BILLS & CHILLS 
DON'T DEBATE, INSULATE. COMPLETE HOME IMPROVEMENT. 
TOM O'LEARY, M.T. SMITH CO., 993-7322. 


BRYANT & MILLIE'S BIKE & GIFT SHOP, 167A SPRING STREET, 
MARION. 748-0527. SERVICE-BIKES & SMALL APPLIANCES. 
SALES. NEW & USED BIKES; HANDCRAFTED GIFTS. BA.MC. 


BOARDING DOGS AND CATS 
INDIVIDUAL INDOOR-OUTDOOR RUNS. HEATED. 
ALL BREED DOG GROOMING AND FLEA AND TICK DIP. 
LOOK'S ACRES KENNEL, ROCHESTER. TELEPHONE 763-5748. 


HAVE A FAVORITE VERSE OR SONG HAND LETTERED IN BEAUTI- 
FUL ITALIC SCRIPT. A WARM AND PERSONAL GIFT. 

758-2595 EVENINGS. T"HE PEN & THE PENDULUM. 


REGISTERED NURSES AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE DUTY IN HOS- 
PITALS, NURSING HOMES AND HOME CARE, PHONE 992-5037. 


NEED AN AIR CONDITIONER, REFRIGERATOR, MICRO- 
WAVE OVEN, WASHER, DRYER, DISHWASHER? 

CALL HILLTOP T„V.. 295-1045. EXCELLENT PRICES. 




NURSES OFFICIAL REGISTRY OF NEW BEDFORD, INC, 


BOB CARRIER'S CATERING 
AT TUB MILL BROOK 
758-4208 


NORFOLK PINE. 6 FEET TALL. 
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS TREE. $75.00. 
758-2992 


WANTED - MATTAPOISETT VILLAGE, WATERVIEW AND WATER- 
FRONT PROPERTIES FOR WAITING CUENTS. 

HARBOR REALTY. 748-1175 OR 748-1830 


APARTMENT FOR RENT-ROCHESTER. SINGLE OR COUPLE. 
AVAILABLE JANUARY 1st. LARGE KITCHEN, LARGE BEDROOM, 
LARGE BATH, SMALL LIVING ROOM. REFERENCES; 1 MONTH 
DEPOSIT. 763-2711. 


BICYCLE SALES AND SERVICE 
16" to 27" COASTER BRAKE. TO 10-SPEED. 


FOR THE LADIES IN YOUR LIFE: A GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT. 
DAUGHTERS-MOTHERS-WIVES-FIANCES, ETC, A MODELING 
OR SELF-IMPROVEMENT COURSE. CALL 295-1747. 




ELECTRIC APPLIANCE SERVICE - WASHERS, DRYERS, DISH WASH- 
ERS , REFRIGERATORS , ETC . ALL MAKES . WASHBURN ELECTRICAI 
COMPANY, MARION. TELEPHONE 748-0238. 


WANTED - ELLIS-BUELT ROV\fBOAT. 

IN GOOD CONDITION. 
CALL (BOSTON) 523-3359 EVENINGS. 


FOR THAT VERY SPECIAL GIFT. 
A LASTING REMEMBRANCE OF THIS AREA. 
SCRIMSHAW BY NAN CI. CALL 295-4813. 


ROOM FOR RENT - MARION VILLAGE. $50.00. MORE THAN 
A ROOM - SHARE A NEAT HOUSE. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY 
FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. 748-2997. 


"RETIRED PAINTER" NOW HAS A FULL FALL SCHEDULE - 
THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE. I WILL BE TAKING WORK 
AGAIN AFTER THE FIRST OF THE YEAR. 758-9324 . 


OUTDOOR SERVICES 
DUMP TRIPS, YARD CLEANUP, TREE WORK, LAWN MOWING, 
LANDSCAPING AND GROUND MAINTENANCE. 


DUMP TRIPS; YARD, GARAGE, CELLAR CLEAN-UP; LOTS CLEARED 
OR THINNED; HANDYMAN REPAIRS AND WORK; SHRUBS TRIM- 
MED; BLUE SPRUCE FOR SALE; DRIVEWAYS SEALED, NO JOB 
TOO SMALL. ARTHUR BASSETT, 758-2188 OR 763-5655. 


ARE YOUR WALLS & CEILINGS CRACKING & CRUMBLING DOWN ? 
CALL FELIX FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ONE-COAT PLASTER. 
763-8062 AFTER 4 p.m. 


THE PRESTO OFFICE IS OPEN FOR ACCEPTING CLASSIFIED ADS 

ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 9 AM to 12:30 C 1:30 tc 5:30 

DEADLINE 10 AM MONDAY 

IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST MINUTE! 


GUARANTEED AMWAY PRODUCTS ARE JUST A 
PHONE CALL AWAY. 
CALL JOHN & JANE LEES AT 758-2075. WE DELIVER. 





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Weekdays 7:30 to 5o Saturdays 7:30 to 3:00 



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And Tliree Cheers More for 

Chamois 
Shirts 

GREAT COLOR SELECTION! 

In fact, for her we have 
Pink, Lilac, Yellow, Rust, 
Powder Blue, Kelly Green, 
Tan, Navy, Scout Blue, 
Forest Green, Red 
and White . 




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